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ab by (agent; can turn to af before h ); ab- (verbal prefix) = away, off

aba homespun (sb )
abad eternity ( sb)
abadic eternal ( adj)
abalone (haliotis ) = abalone
abalorio small glassware
abandon abandon (sb & vtr)
abbassi abbassid (adj & sb)
abbat abbot
abbatia abbey
abbrehg to get out (vulg. !)
abdekhschat to frighten / scare away
abdeh remove ( vtr ) (to set aside); abdeh y ud x = to rid x of y
abdeih wean (vtr)
abdeil department (sb) (store; section)
abdication abdication
abdomen abdomen (sb)
abeih to make off, to flee
aberration aberration
abfeug + acc shirk ( vpr )
abfug running away (of a child; sb)
abgeir ( to ) turn around (vint )
abghend ( abghènd ) = get rid of ( vpr )
abhorr to abhor
abieh x ud y = to exempt y from x
abject sickening (adj)
abkap to complete (vpr / vtr)
abkhase abkhaz
abkwah to pick up, harness (vtr)
ablehnc diflect (vtr; a missile)
ablinekw abandon, desert (vtr)
abnegation abnegation (sb )
abneih to take away
abnormal abnormal ( adj )
abnus ebony wood
aboleih abolish (vtr)
abominable abominable (adj)
abonn (+ acc.) = to subscribe to, to buy a season ticket for
abonnent subscriber (adj & sb)
abonnment subscription ( sb)
abor to abort
abordage boarding (of a vessel, sb)
aborde to board (a vessel)
aborigine aborigine
abortion abortion (sb)
aborto little runt (sb)
Abou Rhurayb Abu Ghraib
abpersne to take to one's heels
Abraham Abraham (npr)
abrupt abrupt (adj; fig.)
Abruzzi ( sing) = Abruzzo (mountain )
Abruzzo Abruzzo ( region)
absect rujiow sawed-off shotgun ( sb)
absent absent (adj)
absinth wormwood ( sb)
absleub to slip away (vint)
absorb absorb (vtr)
absorpt energia dose absorbed dosis (total ionizing dose; sb)
absper bumpy (adj)
abstauneih stun (vtr)
abstehm (+ acc) = refrain from
abstehmia abstentionism
absteum evaporate
absurd absurd (adj)
abtrigher trigger ( weapon; sb)
abundant abounding (adj)
abunde to abound
abveic to move away
abveulbh to get round (a difficulty; sb)
abvolg to show one s heels (vint)
abwohndt (& abwohnden) = roundabout (adj) (path, way)
abyeis to shoot (an arrow)
abysse abyss
acacallis acacallis (sb )
acacia acacia
academia academy
acatist prayer for the dead
accelerator accelerator (sb)
accelere to accelerate
accent accent
accentue to accentuate, stress
accepte to accept
access access
accident accident (sb)
accommodant accommodating (adj)
accompagnement accompaniment (music)
accompliht completed (adj)
accorde accord (sb & vtr)
accordeon accordeon
accoste to dock at
accredite to accredit
acculturation acculturation
accurat neat (adj) (well done)
accusation accusation (sb)
accuse accuse (vtr)
Acerbas Acerbas (npr)
acete vinegar (sb)
achak uneasiness, malaise (sb)
achar pickles ( splu )
achi ! achoo ! (onom.)
achiz unable, powerless
acid acid ( sb & adj )
acolyte acolyte
acquiesc (+ acc.) = to acquiesce to
acquiseih acquire ( vtr )
acquit to acquit
acrell wash drawing (sb)
acrobat acrobat (sb)
acrobatia acrobatic feat (sb)
acronym acronym
act act (sb); act os accusation = indictment; Acts im Apostels = Actes des
actia share (finance; sb)
actiasmyehria shareholding
action action
actionnaire shareholder
activa assets (splu) (accounting)
active substance active ingredient
activitat activity (sb)
actor actor (sb)
actrice actress (sb)
actualitat news ( splu)
actuation lawsuit
actue to proceed (before a court)
acuscherin midwife (sb)
acustic tube speaking tube
acut acute
ad at (prep)
adab good manners ( splu )
adadh number (n°; sb )
adagio adage (sb)
adam human (sb)
adaptive optique adaptive optics
adarb barricade (sb; parapet between two towers)
adark scum of reed (sb)
adarle poppy (sb)
adawa enmity (sb )
adbehr to make an offering of (vtr)
addeih add (vtr)
addic devote (vtr)
Addis Abeba Addis Ababa (npr)
addition addition ( sb)
adduc to end up (place )
adequat adequate ( adj )
adet habit ( sb )
adfall attack, outbreak (illness)
adglehmer to stick/hang to
adhes (+ acc.) = to join, to adhere to
adib literate (adj)
adic usual (adj)
Adieu Farewell (interjection)
adil right (adj) (righteousness)
adjudant-chef chief warrant officer
adjudication awarding (sb)
adjust to adjust
admahel subpoena
Admet Admetus
administre administer (including drugs)
admiral admiral (sb)
admire to admire
admission admission (sb)
admitt admit (vtr)
adnehm to award (ex: a medal)
adobe adobe (brick)
adon to atone
Adonis Adonis (npr)
adopt to adopt
adoquin cobblestone
ador wheat (sb) (wide decoccum)
adore adore
adorne to bedizen, bedeck
adpeurt to establish the filiation of
adrenaline adrenaline ( sb)
adresse address (sb)
adresseit addressee (sb)
adriug lazy ( adj )
adskweis common hawthorn
aduar ad(o)uar
adulation adulation
adult adult (adj, sb)
Advent Advent (sb)
adverse effect adverse effect (medicine; sb)
advocat lawyer (sb) (Justice)
advocat general general counsel (sb)
advocature lawyers' bar
advoque advocate (vtr)
adyuneg to place side by side
adwar dowery
adyuneg add (vtr)
aegid aegis (sb)
aend duck (sb)
Aeneas Aeneas (npr)
Aeneis Aeneid (sb)
aerodrom aerodrome (sb)
aeronautic aeronautic
aerospacial aerospace
aerostat aerostat
afa bad luck (sb )
affable affable (adj )
affaire affair
affec to affect (move)
affectat stiff, stilted (fig.)
affection affection
affidavit affidavit
affiliation affiliation
affirmative action affirmative action
afflut exhalation, effluvium (sb)
affresco fresco
afire blueberry (sb)
aflig to distress, aflict
aforise curse (vtr)
Africa [Afrika] = Africa (npr)
African african (adj & sb)
afsos I 'm sorry
afu mercy (sb )
afuna blueberry (sb )
ag to act; to go together (when referring to a group), to push, to lead; a
g claus = to be bordering/verging on
agama denomination (religion)
agapes (splu) = agape feast (Christendom; sb)
agar if, in case
agarian (racist insult against Arabs or Muslims) (sb) ( !)
agaru African myrrh (sb)
agave agave
Agayos (Sea) Aegean (npr)
agede to squint
agence agency
agent agent; policeman (sb)
agglomeration agglomeration
agglutinant agglutinating (adj) (language)
aggregat aggregate (including pellets)
aggressive aggressive (adj)
aghel disgusting (adj)
agher cultivated field (sb)
agherd wild pear-tree (sb)
aghnue mien kerd aghnuet = my heart pains me
aghyern morning ( sb )
Aghyernland Levant (npr)
agian pitched battle
agiasma Holy water ( sb )
agil agile (adj)
agitator agitator ( sb )
agite shake, agitate ( vtr )
agla brood ( sb ) ( small animals )
aglow haze (sb)
aglu rain cloud (sb )
agmen army on the march
agmo trajectory, route (sb)
agn lamb ( sb )
agonia agony ( sb )
agonise to be dying
agor household ( sb)
agos bad action, going-ons
agraf safety pin ( sb )
agree to accept, approve, agree
agrent farmer (sb); agricultural (adj)
agriculture agriculture (sb)
agriverslyn agribusiness
agroforesterie agroforestry
agronom agronomist
agronomia agronomy
agros cultivated countryside
agrue to scour the countryside
ahammiyat scope (sb) (importance)
ahock se = to curl up, to huddle up
AIDS Acquisiht Immunodeficiency Syndrome = AIDS ( sb )
aig oak ( sb) (green)
air air ( sb ); air conditionen = air conditioning/-ned; air force = air fo
aircrobatia (sing) = aerobatics ( splu )
airdruna air current (sb)
airise air (vtr)
airise ( -t/-n ) = airy ( adj)
airnav aircraft (sb)
airpiratia aircraft hijacking
airport airport (sb)
airsclus lock (sm )
airsleidnav hovercraft (sb)
aise ease (sb)
aisic easy
aiw age, era (sb); ever (adv)
aiwic of ever, eternal, everlasting (adj)
aiwic sneigv perpetual snow
aiwo age, era (sb); ever (adv)
aja grandmother ( sb )
ajaban ! Gosh !
ajal last hour ( fig)
ajayib unusual ( adj )
ajdadh (sing) = ancestors ( splu )
ajib incredible ( adj)
ajib astonishing ( adj)
ajiz shot (adj; when referring to a discouraged person )
ajlaf villain (adj. & sb) (pejorative )
ajowan ajwain (sb)
ak point (a sharp configuration; sb)
ak (or "akut") = sharp (adj)
akap to end (vtr/vint)
akbaba scavenger (sb)
akel presence of mind (sb)
aker maple (sb); acrid
Akharnay Acharnai (npr)
akhat agate (sb)
Akhilleus Achilles (npr)
Akhira the Otherworld
akhir latest, last (adj ) ( recent)
akhire to postpone
akmak scatterbrained, crazy ( adj , sb)
akmen vault ( sb)
akmenspetra keystone
akowsie to prick up one's ears
akri acrid
akride grasshopper (sb)
akro top ( sb ) (highest point )
Akropoli Acropolis ( npr )
akster lively, strong ( adj ) (fig , color, sense )
akstraum witty (full of humour; adj)
aktwn twilight ray
akwn barb, herl (sb)
al raise, breed (vtr)
al-hamdulillah ! thank you God !
Al-Khawarizmih Al -Khwarizmi ( npr )
à la à la
alabasch kohlrabi (sb)
alabster alabaster ( sb )
alaf ration (sb) (food)
alafa (& lafa ) = stipend, salary (sb)
alamat punctuation mark; alamat os mathal quotation mark, guillemet
alambique alembic ( sb)
alamode fashionable ( adj )
alarme alarm (sb & vtr )
alascha gelding (sb )
alat tool (sb)
alatengjia toolbar
alat-machine machine tool
alatos set of tools
alaud (& alauda) = lark (sb)
alausa shad (sb)
alawite alawite
alay train, retinue (sb); to stroll about
alayissalam ! May the peace be upon Him !
Alba Scotland (npr)
Alban Scot (sb); scottish, scotch (adj)
albarda packsaddle (sb)
albarrada albarrada ( sm ) ( tile pattern representing a vase of flowers)

albatroz albatross ( sb)
albatt (& albatta) = certainly, indeed (adv )
albblond white-blond
Albertus Magnus Albertus Magnus
albh white (adj)
albhspirit white spirit ( sm)
albino albino ( adj , sm )
albit stye; barley grain
albu sprite ( sb )
albud swan ( sb)
alchemia alchemy (sb)
Alcmene Alcmene ( npr )
alcohol alcohol (sb)
alcoholisme alcoholism
alcoholmeider breathalyzer
ald trough (sb)
aldehyde aldehyde (sb)
aldia pirogue (sb)
aleg to allege, to defend oneself
alemann alemanni (adj & sub. sing.)
Alendyin Aladdin
Aleppo Aleppo
alerte alert (sb & vtr)
alevi alevi
alevisme alevism
Alexander Alexander
alfalfa alfalfa ( sb )
Al-Gaddafi Gaddafi ( npr )
algara clash, brush (sb)
Alger Algiers (npr)
Algeria Algeria (npr)
algerian algerian (adj & sb)
algerese inhabitant of Algiers (adj & sb)
algorithme algorithm
algv to be awarded (a price = acc.; vtr); to earn (sb)
Alhazen Alhazen (npr)
alian wrath (sb)
alibi alibi
Alice Alice
alim erudite (adj); scientist (sb)
aliment food (sb)
alinea paragraph (in a legal text)
alineat aligned (adj) (fig.)
alisia chequer tree (sb)
aliw silver-gilt (sb)
alixire elixir (sb)
aljiss gypsum (sb)
Alkibiades Alicibiades
alkuba alcove (sb)
Allah Allah (npr)
allee alley, aisle
allegence allegiance
allergia allergy
allergen allergen
allergic allergic (adj)
allie to ally
allodh allocate (vtr)
allottment allotment
almadraba tunny net
almanac almanac (sb )
almar cupboard, chest (on the wall)
al-Mawsil Mosul
almentask (school) homework
almujna alms ( sf )
almujner chaplain ( sb)
almujnerie chaplaincy
alnos completely, wholly
alokad frolicsmoe, downy
Alpes Alps (npr)
alphabet alphabet (sb)
alphabetic alphabetic
Alphayos Alphaeus (Bible, father of James)
alpin alpine (adj & sb)
alpin ski alpine skiing
als otherwise, else (adv)
alsen alder (sb)
also also, so (adv.)
altar altar (sb)
alter the other (one)
altercation altercation
alterglobalisme alterglobalism
alternation alternation
altice embroidery (sb) (sewing)
altie to embroider
altruisme altruism
alu ale (sb)
alue to roam, to loiter about
aluminium aluminium (sb)
alv bed of a watercourse (sb)
alvey hive (sb)
alveycomputing cloud computing
alyo another (declinable)
am past tense of amem
amabiltats (splu) = amiability
amalan practically ( adv )
Amalek Amalek (npr)
amalgame amalgam (sb)
Amaltheia Amalthea (npr)
aman have mercy ! ( interjection ); mercy, pardon (sb)
amanat security, guarantee (private law)
amar mooring rope (sb)
amarant amaranth (flower)
amasirr berber
amat pleasant
amateur amateur
Amathus Amathus (npr)
amaxi body (sb ) (vehicle)
Amazonas Amazon ( npr) (river of Brazil)
amazone Amazon (sb )
Amazonia Amazonia (sb)
amazonic Amazonian (adj)
ambact intermediary, go-between, middleman (sb)
ambag to commit oneself
ambassade embassy (sb)
ambassador ambassador (sb)
ambel vine wood
amber gray amber
ambghehrd to encompass
ambh (& perambh) = around (prep)
ambhkaup to go shopping
ambhkeung linger ( vpr )
ambhneus to nose around
ambhriss outline (sb)
ambhspehc to look around
ambhtaste to fumble around
ambhwaurg to bully (vtr)
ambi on both sides
ambient environment (sb )
ambiental environmental
ambigu ambiguous ( adj)
ambigwiv amphibious (adj & sb)
ambikwehl to bustle about
ambikwol valet (sb)
ambitieus ambitious
ambo all both
Ambrosius Ambrose
ambtos from both sides
ambulance ambulance (sb)
ambulant veneg peddler (sb)
amdani income (sb)
ame to be(come) attached to (fig.)
amem feed (vtr)
amendement amendment
America America (npr)
American american (adj. & sb)
amethyst amethyst ( sb)
amfer bucket ( sb)
amin reliable (adj) ( person)
amirahor master of stables (sm )
amirat Emirate (sb)
amirbar Mayor of the Palace (sb)
amire amir (sb); Amire im Muaminen = Commander of the Faithful
amirmajlis chairperson (of an assembly)
amirmakhkma court president
amirselah fencing master (sb )
amiwa (plu) = sorrows ( plu )
amla phyllanthus emblica (sb)
amlak (sing) = assets (plu, finance)
amma adoptive mother (sb)
ammer command (sb) & to command + acc. of the person
ammonia ammonia (sb)
ammonium ammonium
Ammurapi Hammurabi (npr)
amnesia amnesy
amnistia amnesty (sb)
amnistye amnesty (vtr)
amor attachment (love, endeavour)
amortisation amortization
amortise amortize, pay off (vtr) (capital)
ampere ampere (sb)
amphibia amphibian (adj & sb)
amphibolite amphibolite (sb)
amphitheatre amphitheatre, lecture hall
amphora amphora (sb)
amplifie to amplify
amplor extent (sb)
ampull bulb, phial (sb)
ampute to amputate
ampwa raspberry (sb)
amtire to be in office
amulett amulet (sb)
Amur Amur (npr)
amvon church pulpit (sb)
an if, whether ( conj ) ( introducing a question )
ana on the edge of
anabaptiste Anabaptist (adj , sb )
anac past tense of anac
anadeh attribute, allocate, impute (vtr)
Anadolu Anatolia (npr)
Anadyomene Anadyomene
anafer blessed bread (sb)
anaglypt low relief (sb)
analog analogous
analogic analog(ue) (adj.)
analyse analysis (sb) and analyze (vtr); analyse gridel = evaluation gr
anamnese meditation (sb) (religious contemplation); to meditate (vint)
ananas pineapple (sb )
ananec to present, bring (vtr)
anathema anathema
anateina (sing.) = goosebumps
anatomise to dissect
Anchises Anchises
anchoa ! not possible !
anchova anchovy (sb)
ancian ancient (fig.)
anda musk (sb) (gland, perfume)
andaluth Andalusian
andam lock (vtr)
andem jewel, flower work (fig.)
Andes Andes (splu)
andh to cover (a distance) (vtr)
andhwrnt route, lap (sb)
andin andean
andos bloom, herb (sb)
Andreas Andrew
android (an) droid ( sb)
Andromeda Andromeda
andsa medicinal plants
andyes flowering ( sf )
anecdote anecdote (sf )
anemia anemia ( sf )
anemon anemone (sf )
aneria manly strength
anesthesia anaesthetics
anesthesye to give an anaesthetics to
aneta door-post (sb)
aneurysme aneurysm (sb)
anfractuositat vertical crevice (sb)
anganan estimate, invoice
angel angel (sb)
angh narrow (adj.); to tighten
anghen person (sb)
anghencapital human capital
anghpasse narrow gorge, pass
anghpert alley ( sf )
angkhi khaki ( sb , adj )
angkin waist scarf
angle Angle (Germanic people; adj. & sb)
anglicisant English-speaking (adj. & sb)
angst anxiety (sb)
angule angle (sb)
angulekaws square bracket [ ]
angver young snake, squib
angwi eel
anhaingher trailer (sb)
animal animal
animator group leader (entertainment, vacation ressort)
anime to animate
animisme animism (sb)
animositat animosity (sb)
anion anion (sb)
anis anise (sb)
ank hook, peg
anker anchor (sm)
ankul shoot (of plant; sb )
ankus sting ( sb) ( for elephants )
ankylose ankylosis (sb)
ann past tense of annem
annals annals
annect to annex
annem to breathe; breath
annex annex(e) (sb); subsidiary (adj)
anniversar anniversary (sb)
annotation annotation
annular ring finger
annulation annulation
annunce announcement
anomalia anomaly
anon food (sb)
anorak anorak (sb)
anse handle (eg. of cup)
Anselm Anselm
ansia bridle, rein (sb)
ansu spirit ( sb )
ant before, in front of
Antakya Antioch ( npr )
antarctic antarctic (adj)
Antarctid Antarctica ( np )
antbehr + acc = do without ( vpr )
antenne antenna (sb)
anter rather ( adv )
antgreip hang on ( vint) ( cling )
antheric anthericum (plant; sb)
anthracite anthracite
anthrax anthrax (disease; sb)
anthropophag anthropophag
anti opposite (adj, direction)
antibiotic antibiotic ( sb , adj)
antichamber antechamber (sb)
antichrist antichrist (sb)
anticipation anticipation
anticlimax punch line (sb, story)
antidote antidote
antidrogh rehab (& rehabilitation) = drug rehabilitation (sb)
Antigone Antigone (npr)
Antigonos Doson Antigonus Doson
Antikythera Antikythera (np)
Antilles West Indies (npr)
antillian West Indian (adj & sb)
antipersonel mine antipersonnel mine
Antiphates Antiphates (npr)
antiquar antiquarian (sb)
Antiquitat Antiquity (sb)
antiretroviral antiretroviral
antischemisme antisemitic (adj. & sb)
antisclaveriste opponent of slavery (adj. & sb)
anti-septic antiseptic (adj. & sb)
Anton Anthony
antplehc develop ( vtr )
antreus + acc. = to count on, rely on
antro antrum, cave (sb)
antsalg + acc. = escape (vtr)
antskand rebound (vint)
antslehnk develop (vint); antslehnkend lands = developping countries
antreus to rely on
antwehrd answer (vtr & sb)
antwohrd past tense of "antwehrd"
anua old woman
anun (sing ) = depths ( splu )
anxietat anxiety (sb)
anxieus worried (adj)
Anwar as-Sadat Anwar Sadat
anyow password (sb)
aoid aoidos
Aosta Aosta
ap make fit (vtr )
apache apache
apanage appanage (sb)
apank down ( adj)
apart apart (adv)
apartment apartment (sb)
apathic apathetic (adj)
apatrid stateless (person)
apel apple (sb)
Apelles Apelles (npr)
Apennins Apennines ( splu )
aper wild boar (sm )
aperitif appetizer (sb)
aperture overture (sb)
apex apex (sb)
Aphrodisias Aphrodisias (npr)
Aphrodite Aphrodite (npr)
api but, now ( conj )
aplon apple-tree
apnea apnea (sb)
apni rapid river
apo off (prep)
apocryph apocryphal
apogee apogee (sb)
apokwihen + acc. = retaliate (vtr ) (military)
apokwiti retaliation, reprisal ( sb)
Apollon Apollo (npr)
apologia apology
apos joint ( sb)
apostel apostle (sb)
apotheke pharmacy (sb)
Appalaches (splu) = Appalachian Mountains (splu)
appalachian Appalachian (adj & sb)
apparat apparatus
appareih to appear
appartment appartment (sb)
appassionat with a keen interest
appell appeal (sb)
appelle to appeal
appendix appendix ( sb)
appetitt appetite (sm )
appetittant appetizing (adj)
application application (sb)
applie apply (to put on, to implement; vtr); applien paursken = applied resea
apprehension apprehension (fear; sb)
approbe to approve
approximative approximative
apotheker pharmacist (sb)
apricot apricot (sb )
aprile April (sb)
aproposs a propos
aproviande refuel (vtr )
aps aspen ( sb )
apt fit (adj )
apter behind
apterchasse to give chase to
apterpersne to follow hot on the heels of
aptersok pursue (vtr)
apteschka first aid box
aqua water (sb) (element, mineral)
aquaforte etching (sb)
aquat watery (adj )
aqueduct aqueduct (sb)
Aquen Nepot Nephew of Waters , Neptune (Indo-European God)
aquil merlin (bird)
ar for ( conj); (& are) plow ( vtr )
arab Arab(ic) (adj. & sb); Arab Mar = Arabian Sea
arabesque arabesque ( sb)
Arabia Arabia (npr)
Arachne Arachne ( npr )
arachnid arachnid (sb)
aralasch (sing) = dodgy dealings (splu)
aramay aramaic
arank spider ( sb )
arankium cobweb
arasih accidentally (adv)
araszi land (property)
araszireforme land reform
Arasz'Israel Eretz Israel (npr)
arater ard (plow)
arbitrair arbitrary ( adj)
arbust shrub (sb)
arc arc (sb)
arcade arcade
arcane arcane ( sb)
arc-boutant flying buttress (sb)
arch (& archi-) - = archi -( prefix )
archae (& archaebacteria ) = archaea (sb)
archayic archaic
arche arch (architecture, sb)
archel casket
Archelaos Archelaos (npr)
archeologia archaeology (sb)
archer archer (sb)
archet bow (for music instrument)
Archimedes Archimedes (npr)
archipelegv archipelago (sb)
architecte architect (sb)
architecture architecture (sb)
archive archive (sb)
Arctid Arctic (npr)
arcu archery , bow and arrows (sb)
ardeh to align, arrange
ardent ardent (fig; adj)
ardh earth (sb)
ardhem census; to take a census of
ardie Tuesday (sb)
ardmen total number of people
arduase slate (sb)
ared wader (sm , adj )
arehg to contain within onself
id Areios Pagos Areos Pagos (npr)
areis hazelnut (sb)
arel minor nobleman
arena arena (sb)
arendator lessor
arende lease (sb)
arful holly (sb)
arg brightness (sb)
argat farm boy (sb)
argavan lilac (adj, color)
argentine Argentine (adj & sb; pertaining to Argentina)
Argentina Argentina (npr)
arghen small crane for burdens (fr: guindal)
argikwaun greyhound
argist "swiftest" (adj; poetry)
argu shiny (adj)
argue to argue
argwrnt silver
argwrntkovach silversmith ( sb)
aria aria (sb)
Ariadne Ariadne ( npr )
arid arid ( adj)
Aristarkhos Aristarchus ( npr )
Ariosto Ariosto ( npr )
aristocrat aristocrat (adj & sb)
Aristophanes Aristophanes (npr)
Aristoteles Aristotle (npr)
arithmetic arithmetical
arithmetique arithmetics
ark to contain (to make a containment of), to discard
arker bow-window
arkeut calotropis, milkweed
arkwn saddle bow
arkwnekw (arkwnekwo) = pommel horse
armada armada (sb)
armagan travel present
arme weapon, arm (sb) ; to arm
armee army (sb)
armel handle (sb)
Armelchenal (English) Channel (npr)
armene Armenian (adj, sb)
Armoric Armorica
armur armour (sb)
armuria armory (sb)
armuriar weaponsmith (sb)
aroma aroma ( sb)
aromatic aromatic ( adj)
arpagic chives (sb)
Arpakschad Arpakshad (npr)
arquebuse harquebus ( sb)
arraboun deposit ( sb)
arrest arrest ( sb )
arreste to arrest
Arrian Arrian
arrive to arrive
arriven arrival (sb); arrived (past participle)
arrogance arrogance (sb)
arrondissement arrondissement
arsenal arsenal ( sb )
arsenic arsenic (sb)
arsep hawthorn ( sb )
art art (sb )
Artemis Artemis (npr)
artifact artifact (sb)
artifice artifice
arteriographia arteriography (sb)
article article (sb)
articule articulate (vtr)
artifice device, trick (sb)
artillerie artillery
artilleriste artilleryman
artisanat artisanat
artiste artist
artor ploughman
arua intestine (sb)
arus wound ( sf )
arwr topsoil ( sf )
arwrn cereal (sb)
aryo aryan
Aryoctenmarche Noble Eightfold Path (Buddhism)
as of the (genitive feminine)
asadh frank ( adj) ( free)
asafa how awful !
asarion rumex scutatus (sb)
asarura azarole (sb)
asavar draft ox
asayma eyespot ( sm)
asbest asbestos (sb)
-asc ( suffix ) = to become X
ascalot shallot
ascension ascent, Ascension Day
ascese asceticism (sb)
ascete ascetic ( n. , adj)
asch ash (sb)
aschabak jet (lignite)
aschbak ashtray (sb)
aschencredie Ash Wednesday
aschikar plain, obvious ( adj )
aschlad grafting (sb)
aschladise to graft
aschkenasi ashkenazi
Aschour Assur (npr)
aschouray assyrian
Aschourbaniapli Ashurbanipal
aschyesch comforts (splu)
asel donkey, ass (sb)
aselflor mullein (sb)
asemil packhorse
Aserbaydjan Azerbaijan ( npr )
aserbaydjani Azerbaijani (adj & sb)
aseri azeri
aserng blood (vx)
Asia Asia (npr); Asia Minor = Asia Minor
asiar twitch (sm )
asiat Asian ( adj. & n. )
asiekil horsetail (sb; plant)
asimat departure
askar military (sb)
askari back-up soldier
Asklepyos Asklepius ( npr )
asli authentic (adj ) ( original )
asparg asparagus ( sb)
asperg to splash
aspergill aspergillum
aspersorium stoup (religion)
asphalt asphalt (sb)
asphodel asphodel (sb)
asphyxia asphyxia (sb)
aspida asp viper
aspire to aspire, suck; (+ datif) = to aspire to
aspirin aspirin (sb)
asprese racecourse (sb)
assamida (& samida) = prime flour ( sb)
assania watermill ( sb )
assassin assassin (sb) assassinate (vtr)
assemblage assembling (sb)
assemblee assembly (sb)
assidu assiduous
assigne assign (vtr )
assirat sloping bed, ridge back (sb)
assist to assist
assistant Wizard software
assistence assistance (sb; help)
assiyurn stirrup leather (sb)
association association
assocye associate (vtr)
assonance assonance
assortie to match something with
assortiment assortment
assump to assume
assymmetria assymetry (sb)
astak lobster (sb )
astat astatine (sb)
aster star (sb)
asterisk asterisk (sb)
asteroid asteroid (sb)
asthma asthma (sb)
astreinte penalty payment
astrolog astrologer
astronom astronomer
astrophysique astrophysics
asulejo tile of glazed earthenware
Aswan Aswan (npr)
asyle asylum ( sb )
Atalante Atalanta
Atarneus Atarneus (npr)
atavia ancestry
atavic ancestral
atelier workshop (sb)
atheiste Atheist (adj. & n. )
Athenas Athens ( npr )
athenay athenian (adj. & sb)
Athenayos Athenaeus (npr)
athiber aloe (sb)
athicale polish (vtr )
athicate spit ( sb ) (for frying )
athime formidable ( adj)
athlete athlete (sb)
athletique athletics
athtecah Aztec ( adj. & sb )
atlant Atlantean (adj , sb)
Atlantic Atlantic (adj & sb)
Atlantide Atlantis (npr)
atmen soul
Atmosphere atmosphere (sb)
atom atom (sb)
atomarehg nuclear containment building
atrabile black bile
atraf (sing) = surroundings (splu)
atroce atrocious (adj)
atrophiat withered (adj)
atta stepfather
attache to attach
attachement attachment
attaque attack (sb & vtr)
attar spice merchant ( sb )
attention attention (sb)
attentive attentive
attic attic (sb) ( architecture)
Attikai Attica ( npr )
attir perfume oil (sb)
attitude attitude (sb)
attract attractiveness (sb )
attributive adjective attributive adjective
au or ( conj); to be without
aubergine eggplant ( sb )
auction auction (sb)
auctionaire auctioneer (sb)
audin mink (sb)
audio audio
audiovisual audiovisual
audit audit; audit firma = audit firm
Audowaker Odoacer
aug to increase
augos strength , power ( sf )
Augustus Augustus ( npr )
augwedor swelling, rising (of a river; sb)
aukat mood, frame of mind
aul (aulice) = pipe; throughfare (sb)
aula courtyard (sb)
aulos aulos (sb; double flute)
auluck groove, slot
aulwehrg piping (sb)
aum reasoning (sb); reason (vint); + acc. = to suspect something
aumber shower, rain (of storm)
aun without (prep)
aunbeidos recalcitrant (adj)
aunbelos superfluous (adj)
auncovehr detect ( vtr )
aundaunet undead (adj & sb)
aundexia clumsiness (sb)
aundwoi without doubt
aunfin endless
aunfinia endlessness
aungrund abyss, gulf
aungvit imperishable
aunharm harmless
aunieusia assault & battery; injury
aunlautel non-profit (adj)
aunnumer countless (adj)
aunpagia nomadism
aunpaur intrepid (adj)
aunporm passager free rider
aunpotem unfathomable (adj)
aunpris priceless (adj)
aunrect undue (adj)
aunroug to unbridle
aunsaldeih desalinate (vtr)
aunsam singular, peculiar
aunspeh desperat, hopeless
aunstehg to discover
aunstehgen discovery ( sb )
aunstehm to condemn
aunstupp to uncork (vtr)
aunsuccessia unsuccess, lack of success (sb)
aunswehpia insomnia (sb)
auntitule untitled (ex commoner; adj)
aunulter unsurpassed ( adj )
aunupergumt impassable ( adj )
aunvyigia weightlessness ( sb)
aur to hear; ear (sb)
aura aura (sb)
aurdhen order (contrary of disorder); to put in order (vtr)
aurdhenkal call to order
aureola halo, ring
aurer receiver, headphones
aurgh to put into motion
auror dawn (sb)
aurphones earphones
aurplab ear-flap
aurring earring
aurtavan eardrum (sb)
aurwik earwig ( sb ) ( insect)
aus early (adj & adv )
ausk to be dawning
auspices auspices
auspuff exhaust gas
austere austere (adj)
autah or (else)
auter... au either .... or ( conj )
authentic authentic (adj)
auti or ... too
auto (& automobil) = automobile (adj & sb)
autobus (& bus) = bus (sb)
autodafee bonfire ( sm )
autograph autograph (sm )
automat automaton (sb)
automatic automatic (adj)
auto mecaniste car mechanic (sb)
autonom autonomous
autopsia autopsy
autor author (sb)
autorisation authorization (sb)
autoritair authoritarian (adj)
autostop hitchhiking (sb)
autostrad motorway (sb)
auwal primeval
aux (& auxan) = ox
auxel bleak ( sb; fish )
auyis ancestor (sm )
av bird ( sb)
avalanche avalanche (sb)
avance advance (vtr, sb) (fig., or finance); deposit (sb)
avancen /avancet = advanced (adj; ex. technology)
avanic shear-legs, heavy lift derrick
avaria breakdown (ex: motor; sb)
avenflu avian influenza
aventure adventure (sb)
aventurer adventurer (sb)
aventureus adventurous (adj)
aversion aversion, loathing
avestayi avestan
aviation aviation
Avicenna Avicenna (npr)
avid to notify to someone
avocado avocado
avpleuk-ye "as the crow flies" (adv)
avsen oats (sb)
avweisk bird glue
aw old, ancient
aweis obviously
awie to understand by
awon ladybug (sb )
axe axis; axle
axesmeur dirty oil / grease (from engine, mechanism; sb)
axiome axiom (sb)
ay 1°) to hold as, to consider as. Ex: me ayo tien prient = you consider me a
s your friend ; 2°) to say, to tell (in dialogues). Ex: ... iey is = .. he said; 3°) to h
r; to the (feminine singular dative)
aya verse (religion, sb)
ayar scoundrel (sb)
ayasch lively (adj)
ayatollah ayatollah
aydh to burn
aydh hearth, fireplace
aydokw black-skinned (adj. & sm)
aydokwensclaver negro slave driver
Aydokwia Black Africa
aydsmo wood (for heating)
ayg goat (sb)
Aygheus Aegeus (npr)
aygfel honeysuckle (sb)
Ayghen Aegina
Ayghest Acestes
aygin goatskin
aygkwol goat-herd
aygpawson aegipan (sb)
aygswehner tremulous (adj )
aygur stallion
aygve (+ acc.) to feel ashamed of
aygvos shame (sb )
aygw + acc. = to own
ayib stain ( sb ) (fig , reputation )
aykem pike (weapon)
aykw level (vtr)
aykwos expanse (sb)
aykwost plain, smooth, even
aylak idle (adj )
aymey equivocal
Aynesidem Aenesidemus
ayoley Eolian (adj & sb)
ayor slowcoach
ayr raise (vtr )
ayras ryegrass (sb)
ays her (possessive pronoun); hers
ays bronze (sb)
Ayscha Aisha
Ayschylos Aeschylus (npr)
aysgwn mar (vtr)
aytan mournfulness
aythiop Ethiopian ( sm , adj )
Aythiopia Ethiopia ( npr )
ayu vital force (sf )
ayuleus become invalid (vint); invalid ( adj )
azab punishment, doom
azan call to prayer
aziyat torment
Azores Azores
azur azure (adj, sb)
azwl to get impeached; impeachment
azwleih to impeach
baan slat (sb)
baanji scale (for weighing) (sb)
Baath Ba'ath
Baathia Ba'athism
bab broad bean
baba Grandma ( sb )
babusch slipper (sb)
baby baby (sb)
Babylon Babylon ( npr )
bacbord port side (of a vessel)
bach shepherd (sb)
bachimien from all sides
backa rump ( sb)
backal grocer (sb )
baclar bachelor
bactisse + acc. = to be fed up with
bacule big bar to close doors
bacut snipe (sb )
bad at last; ne... bad = not yet
badakhsch right-hand man ( fig.)
badan organism ( sb) ( body, natural defense )
badbakht unfortunate ( adj)
badge badge (sb)
badkhoua malicious (adj )
badmasch rogue (sb)
badrak escort-member (sb)
badv showdown (combat ) (sb)
badyeh tin-bath (sb)
baft belt buckle (sb)
bafta calico (sb)
bag beech ( sb)
bagage luggage ( sb )
bagatelle trifle (sb )
bagher dredge (sb & vtr)
bagiev beechnut (sb)
baglama strap hinge
bagor pike-pole, boat-hook, gaff
bagu forearm ( sb)
bagukneigvtel armrest
bagustehg bracer, armguard (for archer)
bah to say, to speak
bahayi bahà ì (adj & sb)
bahmen way of speaking, wording, phrasing (sb)
Bahrayn Bahrain ( npr ); bahrayni (adj & sb) Bahraini
bahsa language (sb)
bai bay (sb) (Geo )
Baikal Baykal (npr)
bak bin (sb) (container)
bakam Brazil wood (sb)
bakchang cake ( sm ) (wrapped in bamboo leaves )
bakchup chop, chap, cheek (sb)
bakenbart ( sing ) = sideburns ( splu )
bakhal armpit (sb)
bakhcha melon garden (sb)
bakhil stingy ( adj & sb)
baki end of series, markdown (industry)
bakiya (sing) = arrears ( splu) (debt)
bakjiakwo Chinese star anise (sb)
bakmie noodles with meat ( splu )
bakni beacon
bakstag runner and tackle, running backstay
bal ball (dance, party)
Balaam Balaam (npr)
balaclava hood, balaclava
balagan uproar (sb)
balagian husky (adj )
balah annoyance (sb)
balahen annoy (vtr )
balakhan fair stall (sb)
balance balance sheet (sb); balance iom payghens = balance of payments
balbal mumble, jabbeer, lisp (sb & vtr)
balbat to gurgle
balbel chat (sb & vint)
balcon balcony (sb)
baldaquin baldachin, canopy (sb)
balein whalebone, stay
baleina whale (sb)
balgh bellows ( splu)
balghbonem bogeyman (sb)
balikchi fishmonger (sb)
balirh adult (adj, sb)
balisete baliset (Dune; sb)
balk beam ( sb)
Balkan Balkans ( splu ); balkanic balkanic (adj)
ball ball ( sb)
ballett ballet ( sm )
ballista ballista (sf)
ballon balloon (sb)
balm (& balma) = cave ( sb)
balmink cave-dweller, cave-dwelling, from a cave
balmmensc caveman (sm )
balnia bath ( sb)
balniakyal bathroom (sb)
balnye to bathe
balochi balochi
balsem balm (sb)
balstehm curse (sb & vtr)
balt balt(ic)
balta pothole, rut (sb)
baltca puddle (sb)
baltrogwn bonfire
balustrade railing(s)
balwng beam (sf )
bam beam (of light)
bamb mat ( adj)
bambu bamboo (sm )
bamia okra ( sb)
ban to forbid, ban (vtr)
bana handlebar ( sb)
banane banana (sb)
bandage bandage
bande band (sb)
bander banner ( sb)
bandit bandit (sb)
bandrol banderoll(e)
banen parken no parking
Bangla Bengal (npr)
banisban roof in degrees
banjo banjo
bank bank (money, sb)
bankautomat cash machine (sm )
banker banker (sb)
banknote banknote (sb)
bankrott bankruptcy ( sb)
banquet banquet ( sb)
banquette bench seat (sb)
banschi banshee (sb)
bantowmeing translucent (adj)
"Banzone - mae intrude" "Police line - Do not cross"
baobab baobab (sb)
baptise baptize (vtr )
baptisme baptism (sb)
baptiste (adj & noun)
bar bar (inn; sb)
baraber laborer ( sb)
barack barrack ( sb )
barakan fustian (sb)
barakat benefit, benefaction (sb)
baraonda crowd, throng
barbadian Barbadian (adj & sb)
Barbados Barbados (npr)
barbakan barbican ( sb)
barbar Barbarian (adj & sb)
Barbarossa Barbarossa
barbat bearded ( adj)
barber hairdresser, barber (sb)
barbeus grim (adj)
barbith string instrument (sb)
barbun barbel (sb; fish)
barbut bearded (adj)
bardach war prisoner (sb)
bardak decanter; caraff
barde barding (for horses)
bardul crested lark
bare bare (adj); bare-vetat = bare ownership (Civil law)
barekweit lack of ornamentation
barel barrel (sb)
barge barge (sb)
bargh lean-to, shed (sb ) ( protective structure )
baride post (administration)
bariem at least
bariton baritone (sb)
bark bark (boat; sb)
Barka Cyrenaica
baron baron (sb)
baronesse baroness (sb)
barrier barrier (sb)
barricade barricade (sb & vtr)
barrio (sing) = slums (sb)
barroc (& barroco) = baroque ( adj )
barsaat in time
barsagen barley bread (sm )
barsin barley flour
bartass blackthorn, sloe-tree
bartassiev sloe
barth grayish
Bartomlomay Bartholomew
barug trachea (sb)
barwakt in time
barye hutch ( sb)
barzakh isthmus ( sb)
basalt basalt (sb)
basarghan street vendor ( sb)
baschascha cheerful; smiling
baschmak cloth pad (sb)
baschtin (home) soil
base base, basis ( sb) ( including arithmetics)
baseball baseball
basi cotton gray good (sb)
basiar fowler ( sb)
basilic basilica (sb)
basiliskos basilisk ( sm) (monster)
bask bundle (sb)
basm tale ( sb)
basquet ball basketball ( sb)
Basra Basra ( npr )
bass bass (sb) ( category of voice)
bassein basin (sb) ( of swimming-pool )
bassin basin ( sb )
bassira insight (sb; quality of person)
basstambur bass drum (sb)
basstrombone bass trombone (sb)
bast (basta !) = it s enough !
bastard bastard ( adj. & sb )
baste to be enough
bastide bastide
bastion bastion (sb)
bat to beat
batal canceled (adj)
batalic nullifying (adj)
batalion battalion (sb)
batasch tender (ship)
bater batter (baseball; sb)
batik batik
batrac frog ( sb )
batterie battery ( sb; electricity; arms)
bau to bark
baub to roar
bauk stove ( furnace; sm); bake (vtr)
baul (& baula) = bat ( sb)
baung fungus (sb)
baur drill ( vtr )
baurd board (sb )
baurmen opening, hole (sb)
baurnt drilling, boring
baut boot (sb)
bautin ankle boot (sb)
bava dribble, slobber
baveus dribbling (adj)
bavoul attaché-case
baw ! Woof!
bawab doorkeeper, care-taker
bawlaw insane, mad (adj)
baxati cuttlefish (sb)
bay fear (vtr)
bayad inevitably, of course (adv.)
bayaldisse to lose consciousness, to faint
bayan report, list, statement (sm); to state (vtr)
bayasen fearful (adj )
bayat stale (food; adj)
bayduri cat s eye ( opal )
bayeat commercial transaction, deal (sb)
bayga fortune (sb)
baygat fortunate, wealthy (adj )
Is Baygat The Magician ( sb ) ( Tarot )
baygh serves mainly as an adverb and means very , a lot ; as a lonely adjective mea
ns many, much ; ( + acc. ) = to belong to
bayghti dedication, devotion (sb)
bayghtiwent devoted
bayker (motor)biker
bayna among (prep)
bayonette bayonet ( sb)
bayram festivity (sb)
bays (maid)servant, servant(girl)
baysa fear (sb)
baytel home, residence; to have one's home in
bayul bailiff (sb)
bazu blouse (sb)
bazzaz draper (sb)
beangst cause anxiety to (vtr)
beauteit beauty (sb)
beauteitstable dressing table
becep impale (vtr)
beciffer to assess (to a sum, a number)
bed patch, plot (garden)
bedars to teach (someone)
bedebah ominous ( adj )
bedeh samt = to set, to crimp with
bedehlv bury (vtr)
bedehmen bezel (sb, jewel)
bedeik to set bounds on
bedeum to smoke out
bediewt (& bediewen) = openwork (adj)
bedolakh bdellium (sb)
bedreugh to play tricks on
bedrohnct (& bedrohnken) = tipsy (adj)
bedwoi (+ acc.) = to doubt, to question
bedyehrc (+ acc.) = to notice, realize
befarm to farm (lease)
befehkht to wear oneself out doing
befolk to populate (vtr)
befrect to charter
begeir shop around ( vtr )
beghis (& beghs) = deprived of
beghin beguine ( sb)
beghsadab ill-mannered
beghsaum eccentric-minded
beghsgramat illiterate ( adj )
beghsorbatia unemployment ( sm )
beghspace worried (adj)
beghsses deprivation (sb)
begold to gild (vtr)
begonia begonia (sb)
begrabh bury (vtr)
begrance confine (vtr)
begrund to give a base/ground to
begwah to go all over (a place)
behand + acc . = to have at one s disposal
behandet available ( adj )
behang hanging (sb; tapestry)
behaya shameless, brazen (adj)
behd propose to, bid (vtr)
behder tenderer, bidder (sb)
behlgh to make a bulge, to be bulging
behnd bind (vtr)
behndwr relative through marriage (adj & sb)
behng smash ( vtr )
behngos crash (sb)
behr to carry, to bear
behrcarr dray (sb)
behrd to cut up, out
behreg burden, load
behrg to save, to put out of danger; cliff
behrmen burden
behrnteih to fertilize (a female)
bei bee (sb)
beich to whip
beid + acc . = to agree, to get on with
beidmen joint venturer
beige beige
beir to strike (a blow; vtr)
Beirut Beirut (npr)
bekabel to cable (vtr)
bekalch to lime (vtr)
bekeip to be/give the picture of (vtr)
bekmehen to exhaust, wear out (vtr)
bekmess grape concentrated must (sb)
belagher besiege (vtr)
belaghern siege (vtr)
belajye wisp o lantern ( sb)
Belaruss Bielorussia (npr)
belast to put a strain on
belchug pendant ( sb)
beleik + acc. = to make light of
belek coot (sb)
belen henbane ( sb)
beleuc light (vtr )
belfort belfry (sb)
belg Belgian ( adj & sb)
Belgia Belgium ( npr )
Belgrad Belgrade (npr)
beliocand water milfoil
beliwk wild cat (sb)
bell beautiful (adj )
belladonna belladonna
belletters Belles Lettres ( splu )
belliciste warmongering (adj & sb)
bellicose bellicose
bellpotnia weasel (kenning)
Bellzebub Beelzebub
belog silly (adj)
belt cross belt (sb)
bemadh to dampen
bemahel bring ( before a judge ) ( vtr )
bemann occupy ( vtr , a crew)
bemeizd + acc. = to put a reward/prize on
bemern thigh (sb)
bemild to move to pity
bemohnen (& bemohnt) = thoughtful (adj)
bender port of call ( sb ); to put in at (ship, vint)
bendera oriflamme (sb)
Bendict Benedict (npr)
benefice earnings, benefit (sb) (trade)
Benghazi Benghazi
bengu thick, bushy
benjamin benjamin, youngest (adj, sm & npr ; age )
benk bench (sb)
bensin gasoline (sb) (as opposed to diesel)
bent girl
bentoo packed lunch (sb)
bepehnd to balance, weight (vtr)
bepeiper to pepper (vtr)
bepelp to panel (vtr)
bepeulver to powder (vtr)
beprabh + acc. = give reason
beprient befriend (vtr)
bequader to frame (vtr)
ber berry (sb) (fruit)
berberis barberry (sb)
berd beard (sb)
berdvisch shaving brush
berett beret (sb)
bereul to give instructions to (vtr)
bereust rust ( vtr )
Bergama Pergamon (npr)
bergsteigh steep path (sb)
bergwnt steep (adj., land)
Bering Bering
berkye stuff (vtr)
berlaz bear's den
berline Berlin carriage
Berliner Mur Berlin Wall
berlocka bullshit (!)
berme berm
Bermuda Bermuda (npr)
berngal object of amber
berst hogweed (sb)
berstuk fescue (sb)
bertel stretcher ( sb)
berti carrying (sb)
bertio basin, bowl ( sb )
berug windpipe, throat ( sb)
bervinca periwinkle ( sb)
beryl beryl ( sb)
beryllium beryllium (sb)
berzd wheat ( sb) ( hail, monococcum )
bes boss (sb)
beschahide to have someone as a witness
bescharam indecent (adj)
beschou shoe ( vtr )
besehkw + acc. = to shadow, tail (someone; vtr)
beseup to make drunk (vtr )
besic busy (adj )
beskeulk to scout around (a certain place)
besmeur to spread (ex butter)
besoar bezoar ( sb)
besonters especially (adv)
besoyn business (fact of being busy)
besoynmanagement stewardship (management)
bespehc + acc. = to realise, to become aware of
bestehg cutlery (table)
bestehm destine, intend (vtr)
bestehnk stink (vtr)
bestial bestial (adj)
bestiar bestiary (collection of beasts)
bestiarium bestiary (book)
bestreich to tick off
besweigh to say nothing about
besweurgh worry (vtr )
besyuh to sew (to insert threads into; vtr)
bet but ( conj ) (however)
betanek concern (vtr)
betarter to scale (vtr)
betayc to say nothing about
Bethania Bethany
Bethlehem Bethlehem ( npr )
Bethpage Bethphage
Bethsayda Bethsaida
beton concrete (sb)
betouche touch (vtr; sex crime)
betrehv to be about
betreus confide (vtr)
betyehc + acc. = to water something, to provide water to something; to serve (a
betyeic supply (vtr)
beud to appeal to (someone), to make (someone) pay attention (to = dative),
to demand (something)
beuf beef
beuffer buffer (sb); cushion (vtr)
beugh bend (vtr)
beumper bumper (sb)
beurs stock exchange, purse (sb)
beurs tan (vtr)
beursindex market index (sb)
beurst brush
beurt destiny
beuw to make grow, to make become; to cultivate (a plant)
bevid + acc. ( bevìd ) = to show
bewaldh manage ( vtr ) (a problem)
bewehgh move (vtr )
bewehkwen provision, proviso (sb)
beweik accomodate (vtr; give a lodging to someone)
beweirt to give a value to (vtr)
beweitwodd to have someone as a witness
bewos cow colostrum (sb)
beziel to aim at (vtr; fig.)
bezmen load cell, weight indicator
bfukienkiu immodest (adj)
bfurli disadvantage (sb)
bfushin fishy, shady (adj)
bfuteing indecisive (adj)
bfuxiong worrying (adj)
bfuyi non-stop, continuously (adv)
bfuyow uncomfortable (adj)
bfuzow unshakable (adj)
bfwendwan explain, to make explicit (vtr)
beghsadab rude (adj)
B-H (busthalter) = bra
bi next to (with some definite articles: bei, bay, bil, bim; see Grammar)
bi-sabab + genitive = because of
biadet usually (adv )
biaur ugly ( adj )
biaur ( sing.) = pangs ( splu )
bibelot trinket (sb)
biber beaver ( sb )
Bible Bible ( sb)
bibliographia bibliography (sb)
bibliothecar librarian (sb)
bibliotheque library ( sb)
bicair beaker (sb)
biceps biceps ( sb)
bich whip (sb ); past tense of beich
bichoun line, layout ( sb)
bid past tense of beid
bidal beadle, usher
bidehr to make/get chapped
bidno slit ( sb )
biduar esker (sb)
bied raceway, pond, reach
bieda misfortune, unhappiness
biedan unhappy (adj )
bielbel past tense of balbel
bienki chamber pot (sb)
biest beast ( sb)
biet past tense of bat
bieu past tense of bau
bieuc kiss (vtr )
bieub past tense of baub
bieuk past tense of bauk
bieur past tense of baur
biey past tense of bay
bieygh past tense of baygh
biface hand axe
bifangh to appropriate
Big Bang Big Bang
bih to become
bihakkillah for God's/Heaven's sake !
biku male beggar monk (sb)
bikuni female beggar monk (sb)
bila failing (prep)
bilax on the contrary (adv)
bild bill (small sheet of paper; sb), ballot (sb)
bile bile (sb)
bilhassa mostly (adv)
biliard snooker (sb)
bilinguisme bilingualism
bilkull extremely
bina building (house, place, sb)
binar binary (adj )
bindell wisp (sb)
binisbat compared to
binisch shower dress (sb)
binomial binomial
biodiversitat biodiversity (sb)
biofiull biofuel (sb)
biologia biology (sb)
biomasse biomass
biometria biometrics
biotechnologia biotechnology (sb)
bioureck cheese cake (sb)
biplan biplane
bipwa loquat (sb)
bir (& bira) = beer ( sb)
birbant knave, rogue
birg birch ( sb)
birnacle barnacle (sb)
Biscaya Biscay; Gulf os Biscaya = Bay of Biscay
biscuit cookie (sb)
bisel samara (sb)
bismillah in the name of God
bison bison (sb)
bissect leap (year)
bisser glass bead
bistar bedding ( sb)
bistre bistre
biswehd get used to ( vpr )
bitter bitter (adj)
biuc past tense of bieuc
bivuack bivouac (smb)
bizarre bizarre (adj)
blagh bless ( vtr )
blaghmen priest (who blesses; sb)
blaghmonium priesthood (sb)
blah blow (vtr )
blah -horn = sound the horn
blame blame ( sb & vtr )
bland mix ( vtr )
blank blank (adj)
blanquet blanket (sb)
blase to make blasé
blasphem blasphemous
blaspheme blaspheme (vtr)
blasphemie blasphemy ( sb)
blaych bleach (vtr ); blaych(-lowga) bleach (cleansing chemical; sb)
blech sheet metall (sb)
bledin lupine ( sb)
blehgh to bleat
blehs to blossom
bleid pale (adj); to turn pale (vint)
bleig to shine
bleigos flash (sudden light, fire)
bleigu glossy, brilliant ( adj)
blend to blend
blet edible fungus (sb; boletus)
bleuf bluff (vtr & sb)
bleus to smother
blid past tense of bleid
bliegh past tense of blagh
bliend past tense of bland
blieut sparkle (vtr )
blieych past tense of blaych
blig past tense of bleig
blind blind (adj & vtr)
blindet blindness (permanent disability)
blindses blindness (refusal of facing truth)
blink to blink
blinker car indicator
bliut past tense of blieut
bliute spark (sb)
blix flash (sb )
blixbrev email ( sb )
blizend glossy (adj )
blizzard blizzard (sb)
block block ( sb)
blockade blocking (sb)
blockflute recorder (flute; sb)
blockstop stop on a cheque (sb)
blohgh past tense of blehgh
blohs past tense of blohs
bloigos glowglobe (Dune; sb)
blond blond (adj)
blosk noise (sb)
blou blue (adj)
blou-rai blu-ray
blouse blouse (sb)
blouseut glycine, wisteria (sb)
blouson lumber jacket
bluf past tense of bleuf
bluft (& blufen) = dazed ( adj )
blus past tense of bleus
blutvurst black pudding (sb)
bo both
boa boa (sb)
bochengli unreasonable (adj )
bochuan no profit ( adj)
bock goat ( sb)
bodboh stupid (adj)
boder deaf (adj )
bodrum dungeon cell
bodu hooded crow ( sf )
boendien main building of a sanctuary
boengi river basin
Boethius Boethius
bog (& bogwed) = running water
bogacin bocassin (sm )
bogatur adventurer, fighter (sb)
bogaturic bold (adj)
bogmliaker water softening device
bogtor water tower
bohd past tense of behd
bohlgh past tense of behlgh
bohnd past tense of behnd
bohng past tense of behng
bohr bore, carried (past tense)
bohrd past tense of behrd
bohrg past tense of behrg
bohrlict litter (palanquin, sb)
bohs barefoot
boi battle (sb)
boiav pugnacious (adj)
boidos agreement, understanding (sb)
boik traffic light
boinav battleship
boiot Boeotian
bojincheng ungrateful (adj)
bokal cup (big, to be held with two hands; sb)
bokir churned-up mud (sb)
bokvi mud, slush (sb)
bol bowl (sb)
bolide bolide; fast racing car
bolipehd caducifoliated (adj & sb)
bolghi cushion (sb)
bollwehrg bullwark, rampart ( sb)
bolster bolster (sb)
bolt valiant, brave, bold
boltia audacity ( sb)
bolvan idiot, stupid (adj & sb)
bombarde bomb ( vtr )
bombardement bombing, shelling attack (sb)
bombe bomb (sb)
bomber bomber (sb)
bombyx silkworm ( sb)
bona fide good faith ( sf )
bonbon (boiled) sweet, candy
bond coupon, voucher
bonem chap, goodman (sb)
bongmeh to feel somebody s pulse
bongo bongo (sb)
bonito bonito ( sb)
bonmot quip, wit (sb)
bonem boogeyman (sb)
bonus bonus
boot boat (sb)
bootsman bosun ( sb)
bor boron (sb)
borane borane (sb)
borb quagmire (sb)
bord board ( boat )
bordeau bordeaux (sb) ( red wine )
bordeaurudh burgundy red (adj)
bordell brothel (sb)
bordereau slip, note, invoice
bordsklader docker, longshoreman
bordstrehl boardfire (ship)
boreck pastry (cake)
bornek bar ( sm )
bornoz bathrobe; burnous (sb)
bors tip, extremity ( sb)
borsuk badger (sb)
bosanc Bosnian (adj & sb)
bosc wood (sb) (forest)
Hieronymus Bosch Hieronymus Bosch (npr)
Bosna-Hercegovina Bosnia- Herzegovina ( npr )
bosor glowing ash
bosorg elder (sb & adj )
Bosphor Bosphorus
botanique botany (sb)
botel bottle (sb)
botulisme botulism (sb)
boucanier buccaneer (sb)
boulevard boulevard (sb) (street)
boum swing (expansion, sb)
boumerang boomerang (sb)
bouquete bunch (of flowers)
boutique store, shop
bouwen (old) building (sb)
bowl ball ( sf ) ( game)
bowling bowling (sf)
bowrley impolite ( adj )
box boxing (sb)
boxring boxing ring (sb)
boya buoy (sb)
boyaukin matter (adj )
boycot boycot (sb & vtr)
boygh Dispenser (god)
boywn neck (of mounted animals, sb)
brachar armband (sb)
braconier poacher (sb)
braconierie poaching (sb)
brad coniferous tree
bragven shorten (vtr); abbreviation
bragver itner shortcut (sb)
bragvye shorten, abridge (vtr)
Brahmaputra Brahmaputra (npr)
brai to bray
braik brake (adj. & sb; vehicle)
brakh arm (limb; sb)
brakhlett bracelet ( sm )
bramber blackberry (sm)
branca chain that links prisoners together
branch branch (sf ) ( fig )
brand to burn, big fire
branddrab fire escape (sb)
brander fire ship
brandmark trademark (sb)
brandschtuk firebrand (sb)
brandy brandy (sb)
brangh scuffed (adj )
brank beetle (sb)
brasileir Brazilian (adj. & sb)
Brasilu Brazil ( npr )
Brasilu nuce Brazil nut (sb)
brasse breaststroke (swimming)
brassiere woman's undershirt (sb)
brater brother (sb)
bratriya brotherhood (sb)
bratruw brotherly (adj)
braungh (& branghu ) = raucous ( adj ) ( hoarse )
bravado bravado ( sb )
brave brave ( adj )
Bravo ! Bravo !
bre ! whoa ! (interj)
bred pasture (sb)
bregna (splu) = freckles
brehg to break
brehger breaker (wave)
brehm to growl
brehn to bubble ( stream )
Breithen Britanny (npr)
breithenic Breton (adj & sb)
breiz to cut up, dismember
brelok piece of junk (sb)
brem foliage ( sb)
bremic leafy ( adj)
bren thought (sb; short)
Brendan os Clonfert Brandan of Clonfert ( npr )
brenk steep (adj )
brent antler (sb)
breuk caress (sb ) and stroke ( vtr ) (ex. cat )
breun (to get a) tan
breunch to brunch
breus frontside of torso and belly
breuspusc to do press-ups / push-ups
brev letter (post)
breviar breviary ( sb)
brevsack briefcase
breyel waste land
brezdar ploughshare
brick brick (sb)
bridek ugly ( adj)
bridge contract bridge (card game, sb)
brigandine brigandine
brigantin brigantine (sb)
brigh past tense of brinegh
brigv bridge (sb)
brigvcap bridgehead (sb)
bril (sing) = glasses (splu)
brilliant brilliant (adj)
brillye to be brilliant
brimbel blackberry ( sb)
brinegh to bring
brinza cheese goat ( sb)
brioche brioche
Britisch Columbia British Columbia
briz past tense of breiz
brocante second hand goods dealing (sb)
brohg breaking, wreck (sb); past tense of brehg
brohm past tense of brehm
brohn past tense of brohn ; bubbling brohn
broisk bitter, rough (adj)
bromum bromum (sb)
bronchitis bronchitis ( sb)
bronze bronze (sb)
bronzeblond bronze (adj )
brosch brooch (sb)
brous face down (adv)
brouteck shrub ( sb)
brov eyebrow ( sb)
brov to frown
browser browser
browsersklink tab(bed document interface)
broyn chainmail, ringmail
brozdh barbed (adj)
brozdhos (sing.) = barbed wires (splu.)
bructor beneficiary (sb)
brug past tense of bruneg
brugos enjoyment (sb)
Bruges Bruges (npr)
bruk past tense of breuk
brukh wizard (sb)
bruks pants
brun brown (adj); past tense of breun
brunch brunch; past tense of "breunch"
bruneg to enjoy, profit (vtr)
brungos benefit (sb)
brungost profitable (adj)
brunorange brown- orange (adj )
bruschlian climbing ivy ( sb)
brusk sudden (adj)
brusto bundle (of wood, sb)
brustugh bridesmaid ( sb )
brut (& brutto) = raw; gross
brutal brutal ( adj)
brute brute (sb)
brutisk brutish (adj)
Bruttinlandproduct = BIP = Gross Domestic Product
bruwent brow, forehead (sb)
Bruxelles Brussels ( npr )
bry to mill about; to swarm about
bsinjien notebook ( sb)
bsofu granpa (sb)
bubonic bubonic ( adj )
buchest chubby (adj )
Bucuresti Bucharest (npr)
bud end, tip ( sb ); past tense of beud
buddha-dharma buddhism (sb)
buddha-dharmin buddhist (sb)
budget budget ( sb)
budmen bottom ( sb)
budspire grounding
bufete buffet ( sb)
buffer buffer (sb); past tense of beuffer
bufma owl ( sb)
bug bow (of ship; sb); past tense of buneg
bugalak horsefly (sb)
bugh past tense of beugh
bugon Eurasian Eagle-owl
bugsair tug ( sb)
bugsairdunos towrope (sb)
bugsairwogh breakdown vehicle (sb)
buhar mist (on glass), steam
buhsa nature, being (sb)
buir (they) were (simple past)
buit (he/she/it) was (simple past)
buk book (sb); to book
bukat mouthful (sb)
bukawul taster (sb)
bukcha bag, saddlebag (sb)
bukhalten accountancy
bukhalter accountant (sb)
bukhamaeleon (& khamaeleon) = chameleon (sb)
bukht bay (sb) ( Geo)
bukil notebook, small book
bukin (& bukina) = wind instrument (sb)
bukmaiker bookmaker (sb)
bukmark bookmark ( sb)
Bukovina Bucovina ( npr )
buksteiv letter ( sb) ( alphabet ); spell (tell the letters, vtr)
bulanco swing; see-saw (sb)
buland tall (adj)
bulav truncheon
bulbe bulb (sb)
bulbeus bulbous (adj )
bulbul nightingale (sb)
buletin bulletin (sb) (news )
bulgar Bulgarian (adj & sb)
Bulgaria Bulgaria (npr)
bulgur wheat groats
buliende size ( sb ) ( height, tallness)
buline bowline ( sb)
bullmastiff bullmastiff (sb)
bulumach bad stew (sb)
bund bottom; bung, plug (sb)
bunduk rifle (sb)
buneg to exercise (a function)
bunga adorned with floral patterns (adj)
bungalow bungalow (sb)
bunge grove, bunch, copse
bungion bunion (sb)
bungos function (sb)
bunker bunker (sb)
bunki proper, seemly
bunn coffie grain
bunt peasants riot (sb)
bur (sing) = ashes (splu)
burak borax (sb)
burbule bubble ( sb)
bureau bureau, office
burfi white fudge
burg fortress city ( sf )
burgese bourgeois (adj & sb)
burggraf burgrave (sb)
burgmayster mayor (sb; especially in Germany or Belgium)
burgund burgundian (Germanic people)
burin burin (sb)
burj keep (sb; castle)
burkinabe burkinabe
burlesk burlesque (adj)
burnih Lanner falcon (sb)
buroun teapot (sb)
burs past tense of beurs
bursch horse mane
burtukal orange ( sm )
bus bus ( sb)
Busan Busan (city of Korea)
buscar firewood search
buschee pasty ( sb) (food )
busk bush, brush ( sb)
busprit bowsprit (sb)
bust bust (sb)
bustan inner garden (of a building)
busthalter bra
bustighe to poke up (vtr)
bustok swab, sponge (sb)
buton button (sb) ( clothing )
butour pustule (sb)
butt barrel, cask (sb)
butter butter (sb)
butterandos buttercup (flower)
butterbrot slice of bread and butter
buw past tense of beuw
bux vent, hole (output of something)
buxianxu gloomy, sinister (adj)
buychaunk compensate (vtr; to pay a compensation to)
buychaunken compensation (sb; law)
buz lip (fig; technical; sb)
bwudschow (sing) = Martial arts (splu)
bwuki armament (sb)
byaungjan iceberg (sb)
byssus byssus (sb)
byzantin Byzantine (adj & sb)
Byzantium Byzantium (npr)
cab (& cabin) = driver s cab, elevator car
caban pea coat (sb)
cabarett cabaret
cabin cabin (sb) (shower, driver's cab, elevator car)
cabinett cabinet (sb)
cablelonge cable s length (navigation)
cabochon cabochon ( sb )
Cabot Cabot ( npr ) ( Venetian seefarer)
Cabo Verde Cape Verde (npr)
cabriolett convertible car
cacao cocoa
cacavan stupid ( adj)
cacavania stupidity (sb)
cacokhym dyspeptic ( adj)
cacophonia cacophony (sb)
cactus cactus (sb)
cada each, every ( adj )
cadadien daily (adj & adv)
cadaveric deathly pale
cadeau gift wrapped parcel
cadence cadence (music; sb)
cadeira bergère (chair, sb)
cadelk mercury (sb) (plant)
cadern notebook (sb)
cadett cadet (adj. & sb; young beginner)
cadre manager (member of an enterprise staff); frame (of a picture, photo)
caerule cerulean (adj)
Caesar ( Julius ) = Caesar (Julius) (npr)
Caesarea Philippi Caesarea Philippi
caesarsegen caesarean section (sb)
cafee (café) = café (sb)
cafee-au-lait café au lait (sb)
cafetiere cofee percolator (sb)
cafre cafre
caftan caftan ( sb)
cage cage ( sb)
Cain Cain (npr)
caise cheese (sb )
cakhin to snigger, to giggle
calamar squid ( sb)
calamita touchstone (sb)
calamitat calamity
calancha watchtower
calanis brim hat (sb)
calapod shoetree (sb)
calator wayfarer (sb)
calaygi tinner (sb)
calcan skate, ray (fish)
calchun geum (sb)
calcine to burn to ashes (vtr)
calculator calculator (sb)
calcule calculate (vtr )
caldera caldera (sb)
calemper fennel ( sb)
calendar calendar (sb)
calerva clodhopper (sb)
calesche barouche (sb)
calfat caulker (sb)
caliber bore, caliber
calimavca cap ( sb ) ( of pope )
calligraphia calligraphy
calliomark coltsfoot (plant, sb )
callose callosity (sb)
callosic callous (adj)
calpak bearskin (headwear)
calson (sing) = underpants (splu)
calstin sock (sb)
caltak bastard, swine (!)
calumnia calumny ( sb )
calumnye slander ( vtr )
calurche paper roll (sb)
calv (& kalv) = bald ( adj)
calx the foot
camat usury (sb)
cambial bill of exchange
cambusch eye mask (sb)
camcorder camcorder
camell camel (sb)
camellia camellia (sb)
camera (TV, cinema) camera
camerin dressing-room (in theatres)
Cameroun Cameroon ( npr )
camin chimney (sb)
camincap (& camincapchen) = chimney-pot (sb)
caminer chimney sweep (sb)
camion truck ( sb)
camisole camisole (sb)
camiss shirt ( sb)
camouflage camouflage (vtr & sb )
camp field ( sb) ( fig)
campan carillon (sb)
campher camphor ( sb)
camra pantry ( sb)
Canaan Canaan (npr)
Canaani canaanite (adj & sb)
canakeve to ramble on
canal (artificial) channel ( sb)
canalisation sanitary sewer, pipeline (sb)
canar duck meat
canari canary
canavka rivulet (sb)
cancellar chancellor ( sb)
cancer cancer (sb)
cand white glowing ( adj )
cand brightness ( sb) (white)
candela candela (sb)
candid ingenuous, guileless
candidat candidate (sb ) & to apply (vint)
candidature application (as an applicant; sb)
candor ingenuousness, guilelessness (sb)
canela cinnamon ( sb )
canep hemp (sb)
canin (& canindent) = canine (tooth)
canna walking stick, rod
canoe canoe ( sb)
canon canon (sb)
canonic canon (church, sb)
canonier gunner
canoniernav gunboat
canonise canonize (vtr)
canopeia canopy ( sb)
canotier boater hat (sb)
canou boat, dinghy
cantaloupe cantaloupe (sb)
cantata cantata (sb)
canther kantharos (sb)
cantic (biblical) hymn
cantine canteen ( sb)
canton canton ( sb)
cantoner chief of a canton
canut greying (hairs; adj)
canvass canvas ( sb) , canvas painting , sailing (sb)
canyon canyon (sb)
cap head; cape
Cap os Sell Speh Cape of Good Hope
capacitat (legal) capacity
capado capon (young cock; sb)
capak lid, cap (sb)
capchen hood (sb)
capchenmur hood wall (sb)
capelle chapel (sb)
Cap Horn Cape Horn ( npr )
capic heady; sensous (adj)
capire to twig (understand, vtr)
capistra muzzle (sb)
capital capital (wealth, sb)
capitalgain capital gain
capitan captain (sb) (vessel)
capitel chapter (sb )
Capitolin Capitol ( npr )
capitoneit padded, quilted
capitulation surrender (sb)
capitule ( capìtule ) = to surrender
capmayl cape (sm )
capot hood (of car; sb)
cappa cape ( sf )
caprice caprice (sm )
capricieus capricious ( adj)
capricornus Capricorn (sb) ( astrology)
capscript header (sb)
capstah to headstand (vint)
capstand capstan (sb)
capsule cap, capsule ( sb)
captive captive (adj & sb) ; to captivate (vtr)
carabine carbine (sb)
caracole caracole
caracter character (sb) (feature)
caracteristic characteristic (adj, sb)
caraghiose zany
carambolage pile-up (of cars)
caramel caramel (sb)
Caravaggio Caravaggio ( npr )
caravan caravan ( sb)
caravil caravel ( sb)
carbohydrat carbohydrate (sb)
carbon carbon ( sb)
carbuncule carbuncle (sb)
carburator carburetor (sb)
carcass carcass (sb)
carcinogen carcinogenic
cardamom cardamom (sb)
Cardano Cardano (npr)
cardiac arrest caradiac arrest (sb)
cardigan cardigan (sb)
cardinal cardinal (adj & sb)
cardiolog cardiologist (sb)
careit chequered, checked
carence deficiency, default ( sb)
caresse caress (sb & vtr)
carestia dearth; food shortage
caricature caricature
cargo cargo (sb)
cargonav cargo boat
caribe caribbean, carib (adj & sb)
Caribe Mar Caribbean Sea
caries caries ( sb)
cariteih to mark out in squares (vtr )
carkela knocker (sb)
Carl von Linné Carl Linnaeus (npr)
Carmel (Order of Mount) Carmel
carn piece of meat
carnalag last week of Advent
carnaval carnival (sb)
carniolin carnelian (sb)
carnivor carnivorous (adj & sb)
caroling carolingian
carp carp (fish)
carpent vehicle's framework (wooden)
carr (& carrett & carretta) = car (sb)
carrac carrack
carrage carriageway
carreau diamonds (card game, sb)
carric quarry (sb)
carrie to carry away (ex: river; vtr)
carriere career (sb)
carroce horse-drawn carriage (sb)
carrosserie coachwork (sb)
carte card (sb)
cartell cartel (sb)
cartendom house of cards
Carthage Carthage (npr)
carthagi Carthaginian
cartia file (of data ; sb)
cartilage cartilage (sb)
cartilagineus cartilaginous (adj)
carton cardboard (sb)
cartoun cartoon
cartusia charterhouse (sb)
carusch carter (sb)
caruss crucian carp (sb)
carussell caroussel
caserne (sing) = barracks (military; sb)
casino casino
Caspi Mar Caspian Sea (npr)
cassa cash (place; sb)
casse to quash (law)
cassette magnetic tape ( sb)
cassier cashier ( sb)
Cassiopeia Cassiopeia (npr)
cassolette cassolette (sb)
casstete (sing.) = brass knuckles (splu.)
castagnette castanet
castan chestnut (sb & adj, for chestnut brown )
caste caste (sb)
castell castle (sb) (fortress)
Castilla Castile
castrat castrato
castrol saucepan (sb)
casuar cassowary
casu quo if need be
casus fortuitus casus fortuitus, cas fortuit
cat cat (sb)
cataclysme cataclysm (sb)
catacombe catacomb (sb)
catafalk catafalque (sb)
catalan Catalan
Catalania Catalonia
Catalaunic Walu Battle of the Catalaunian Plains
catalepsie catalepsy
catalog (& catalogos) = catalog (sb)
catalogic notice catalogue record; catalogic register = collection of cat
alogue records
catalpa catalpa (sb)
catapult catapult (sb)
cataract cataract (disease)
catarzo raw silk
catastrophe catastrophe
catastrophic catastrophic (adj)
catcher catcher (baseball, sb)
catechisme catechism
categoria category
Catherine os Russia Catherine of Russia (npr)
catholic catholic (adj. & sb)
cation cation (sb)
catkholt head cold
catnel small chain (sb)
catpisk catfish (sb)
cauchouk rubber (sb)
caucus caucus
caud tail (sb)
caudasch straggler (sb)
cauddwer backdoor
caudluce rear light (car; sb)
caudplab tailgate (sb)
cause cause (sb & vtr)
caust coast (sb)
causter coaster (sb)
caustguardia coast guard (institution)
caustier coastal (adj)
cauterisation cauterization
caution bail, deposit (sb)
cavalerie cavalry (sb)
cavalier-servente cavalier servente (sb)
cavall horse ( sb)
cavallett easel, rack (torture)
cavardisse to brown (cooking)
Cavcase Caucasus (npr)
cavcasesk caucasian
caviar caviar (sb)
cavitat cavity (sb)
cayique caique (sb)
caymak cream (fig; sb)
Cayman Insules Cayman Islands (splu)
cazma pickaxe (sb)
cazour withdrawn (fig; adj)
cedd to yield
ceder cedar (sb)
ceingrliu clear water
ceinknien juvenile (sb)
celebre celebrate (vtr)
celesta celesta (sb)
celique tipcat, chopstick
cell (& cellule) = cell ( sb)
cellar storeroom (sm )
cellar cell ( adj )
cello cello ( sb)
cellular cellular (adj)
celt celt
cembalo cembalo (sb)
cement cement (sb)
cemente to cement (vtr)
cemtier cemetery ( sb)
cenacle cenacle
cengkeh banker (sm ) ( in a game)
cengki fluke
cens census (ex: for suffrage)
censure censorship
censsuffrage census suffrage (sb)
centeng henchman (sb)
centigrade centigrade
centnar half-hundredweight
central warmen central heating (sb)
centre center (sb) & to center (vtr)
centreleisa median strip (sb)
centrifugal (gwis) = centrifugal (force)
centrifuge centrifuge (sb)
centripetal centripetal
centurion centurion
cep pike, stake
cepel onion (sb)
Cephas Cephas
ceramique ceramics (sb)
cereal cereal
ceremonia ceremony (sb)
ceremonial ceremonial (adj & sb)
certain certain (pronoun)
certificat certificate
cesar emperor (sb)
cesium cesium (sb)
cessetpiurn ceasefire
cetacey cetacean (sb & adj)
ceter all the other (adj)
chabuk to spur (fig. vtr)
Chad Chad ( npr )
chador headscarf (sb)
chagrin shagreen
chair (university) chair
chaiselong chaise-longue
chakan grubbing-hoe
chakmak lighter, flintlock
Chalcis Chalcis
chald hot (adj) ; to warm up
chaldair ballon hot air balloon
chaldend plack hot plate (sb)
chalder radiator (sb)
chaldkattil boiler (sb)
chalett chalet (sb)
challenge challenge (vtr & sb)
chalschkan hard-working (adj)
chalumeau chalumeau (sb)
Cham (& Ham) = Ham (son of Noah, npr)
chamber chamber (sb)
chamberlar chamberlain (sb)
chambranle chambranle (sb)
chambuk cat- to- nine- tails
cham yak tail (sb)
champagne champagne (sb)
chapaka Michelia chapaka
champion champion
championat championship
chana mass (instrument)
chanabett grumpy ( adj )
chance chance (sb)
chancel chancel (sb) helm (in a courtroom)
chandal sandalwood ( sb)
chandrawassih bird of paradise (sb)
Chang Jiang Yangtze River (npr)
change change (vtr & sb; including money); change ratio = exchange rate
chankrama gossip ( sm )
channel channel ( sm)
chantage blackmail (sb)
chantager blackmailer (sb)
chante chant (sb & adj)
chantier building (site), roadworks
chao Goodbye !
chaos chaos (sb)
chapachul messy (adj )
chapchay hotchpotch (sm )
chape screed, flat coating
chaprak trim (sm )
charade charade (sb)
charagah grass (sm )
charapakh shell ( sf ) & trappings ( sm)
chardak hut ( sf ) ( dry branches )
charge charge (vtr & sb)
charge med (& encharge med) = to encharge of ( vtr ; mission )
chariot chariot, cart ( sb)
charisma charisma
charitable charitable (adj)
Charlemagne Charlemagne (npr)
Charles V Charles V (npr; Holy Roman Empire)
charm charm (sb) (attraction, spell)
charmen hex (sb); to charm, cast a hex on
charnire hinge (sb)
charp ore (sb)
charsaf bedsheet
charta charter ( sb)
chascha pitcher ( sb)
chasma glasses ( splu ) ( adjustable )
chasse chase
chassiss chassis (sb)
chaste chaste
chat painting (sb) (color)
chateau castle (sb) (residence)
chatte chatti (adj.)
chaurr kempy (adj)
chausse hose (clothing)
chauyow soy sauce (sb)
chavi chili (sb) ( pepper)
chay tea ( sb)
chayguar teaspoon (sb)
chaykhow teapot ( sb)
Chechen Chechen ( adj. & sm )
Chechenia Chechnya ( npr )
chef chief
chefdover masterpiece (sm )
chefquartier headquarters
Chehelom Arba'een
chehise keychain, bunch of keys (sb)
chehx check (vtr)
chehxen checking, examination
chehxleis to proofread
cheid quarrel (vint & sb)
chekh Czech (adj & sb)
Chekhev Chekhov (npr)
Chekhia Bohemia
chekmenye overcoat (sb)
cheld fellower (servant; sb)
cheldar retinue (sb)
chembere cap (sf ) ( woman )
chemia chemistry (sb)
chemic chemical (adj)
chemical chemical (sb)
chemiste chemist (sb)
chemotherapia chemotherapy (sb )
chenchal flycatcher (bird, sb)
chenopodium goosefoot (sb)
chep flail (sb)
chepkenn mantle (sm ) ( short )
chepran animated (adj)
cheque cheque, check (sb)
cherakin box of herbs
chereme damage (paid sum; sb)
cherga drapery (sb)
cherkess Adyghe ( adj , sm)
cherkin ugly, naughty (adj)
cherub Cherub (sb)
cherveni gypsywort (sb)
chesma tap (sb)
cheus choose (vtr) & choice (sb)
chevirme turn the spindle ( vtr )
chevron chevron, rafter
chewing gum chewing gum
chiam woman hairpin
chiaujaen challenge (vtr & sb)
chiaujaenic defiantly
chiba ! word used to drive a dog
chibis lapwing ( sb)
chibuk pipe hose
chid past tense of cheid
chield past tense of chald
chiendien precipitate (sm. chemistry )
chienjwakow cool (sf )
chifan meal ( sb)
chifit tight, close-fought
chignon bun, chignon (sb)
chihn gather (sewing; sb)
Chile [tcIle] = Chile (npr)
chilene Chilean (adj & sb)
chili chili pepper
chilman venetian blind (for windows)
chilrhosa pine nuts (sm )
chilrhosa sprocket bread ( sm )
chim square of grass
chimpanzee chimpanzee (sb)
chimpid (sing) = tweezers (splu )
chimschir box (tree or wood, sb )
China China ( npr )
China Wall (& Long China Wall) = the Great Wall of China
chinar oriental plane (tree; sb)
chinchay ! nothing!
chinchu shipowner ( sb )
chinela mule ( sb ) ( slipper )
chinese Chinese (adj. & sb)
Chinghis Khan Genghis Khan (sb)
chiong deprivation, thrift (sb)
chiowdeo exactly (adv )
chip (electronic) chip
chipag woman's garment
Chiron Chiron
chirurg surgeon (sb)
chitay delay
chitin chitin
chitrol pumpkin
chivchiv chick (of chicken, sb)
chixun a little
chloroplast chloroplast (sb)
choban shepherd ( sb)
chocolat chocolate ( sb)
choengju rice wine ( sb)
choffeur driver ( sb)
chohx past tense of chehx
chol forehead
cholak maimed (adj. & sb)
chomakasch awkward customer ( sm )
chorap stocking (sb)
chorba thick soup ( sb )
chorsokak cul -de - sac ( sb)
chossee causeway, pavement (sb)
choureih steal ( vtr , fam ! )
chowkider watcher ( sb)
choyk punch (strike; sb)
Christ Christ (npr)
christian Christian (adj, sb)
christiandem Christianity, Christendom ( sb)
christianisme christianism (sb)
chrome chromium ( sb)
chromosome chromosome
chronic chronicle (sb)
chrysantheme chrysanthemum (sb)
Chrysip Chrysippus
chuff tuft (sb)
chugun cast-iron (sb)
chul cover for a horse
chulan locker (room; sb)
chung butt, grip (sb)
chungman + acc. = to be swarming with
chunke since, as ( conj)
chunsay brasenia (sb)
chuok (+ acc.) = butt in
churchour cricket (sm )
churd flock ( sm )
chureto warbler (sf )
churli slander, blackbiting
chus past tense of cheus
chuxwetsu haemorrhage (sb)
chwoy stop (vtr )
chyrlig crook, crosier, (hockey) stick
cian toothpick ( sb)
ciautaung appropriate ( adj )
cicade cicada (sb)
Cicero Cicero ( npr )
ciceronian Ciceronian ( adj )
cicisbeo cicisbeo (sb)
ciengow mists of time
cienryou creep into (vint)
ciferblat dial (sb)
ciffer digit, cypher
cifferblat device for measuring
cigan gypsy (adj, sb)
cigar cigar (sb)
cigarette cigarette (sb)
cigaya breeding of wool sheep
cilinder (hat) = top hat (sb)
cilinderpension supplemental pension plan
cilique marble game
cim top, mountain ridge
cimkiri nail clippers (sm )
cimriff fringing reef
cimwad low tide elevation
cincta speck ( sf )
cinema cinema ( sb) ( art )
cing asterism ( sm)
cinghensay ipomoea aquatica
cinnaber vermilion (adj & sm )
cins interest ( sb) (rate )
cinzar cousin ( sm ) (insect)
ciong dart ( sf )
cip (& ciped) = bike (sb)
cipedpaund cycle track
cipire jailer ( sm )
circa about, approximately (adv)
circin compass (drafting; sb )
circuit circuit
circule circle (sb)
circum about, around (prep) (temporal)
circumference circumference
circumspection circumspection
circus circus (sb)
cirque cirque (sb) (Geo.)
cirrhose cirrhosis (sb)
cisell to chisel (vtr)
cisellure chiselling, chasing (sb)
cisterciense Cistercian (adj , sb)
cisterne tank (for liquids, sb)
cisternewogh tank truck
citad (big) city ( sb)
citadell citadel ( sb)
citadin city dweller (sb & adj)
citak fearful (adj)
cite quote, cite (vtr)
citel label (sb)
citron lemon (sb)
civ citizen (sb)
civeit jugging (sb)
civic civic
civil civil (adj.; sb); civil register = civil status (sb); civil ingenieurie
= civil engineering
civisme public-spiritedness
civitat city-state
civstand citizenship (sb)
clack clack (vint)
clait grid, riddle (sb)
clame claim (vtr)
clamor clamour (sb)
clan clan (sb)
clandestin clandestin ( adj , sm )
clangh to reverberate, to resound
clap to lap
clar clear (adj)
clarinette clarinet (sb)
clartat clarity
clasch collide, clash (vint)
classe class, classroom (sb)
classe classify (vtr )
classeur loose-leaf file (sb)
classificator classificatory ( adj )
classifie classify (vtr)
claudication claudication (sb)
claus close to
clause clause (sb)
claviatolk chat (vtr; on the computer )
claviature keyboard (sb)
claw sliding bolt (sb)
clehsp clip (sb & vtr )
cleich key (sb)
cleichenring bunch of keys (sb)
cleiv cleave (vtr )
cleiver cleaver (sb)
clematis clematis (sb)
clenod jewel (sb)
cler clergy (sb)
cleric clergyman, clerk (religion, law)
clever clever ( adj )
clicken knock ( sm )
clieck past tense of clack
client client, customer (sb)
clientele clientèle, customers
clientelisme patronage
cliep past tense of clap
cliesch past tense of clasch
clift cleavage ( sb )
clihen lower, tilt ( vtr )
climat climate ( sb)
climatchange climate change (sb)
clin hill ( sb)
clinic clinic ( sb)
clintor back of chair
clipper clipper (sb)
clique clique (sb)
clischee cliché ( sb )
clissar sexton ( sb )
clitic clitic (adj & sb)
cliv past tense of cleiv
clive hillock
cloak sewer (sb)
cloakluk manhole
Cloak traitement station sewage treatment plant
clob pod ( sf )
clobuk monk's cap
clochard hobo
cloche food dome
clock bell (sb)
clockel small bell (sb)
clockflor bellflower (sb)
clocktor church tower
clohsp past tense of clehsp
cloin rump, hip, buttock (sb)
cloinpodia (sing.) = hindquarters (splu)
clone clone (sb)
closter cloister (sb); to cluster
cloture closure, closing
clud to close
cludbrakh joint lock (martial arts)
clus closed
cluster cluster (music)
clusterbombe cluster bombe (sb)
clysterium enema
coatah spider monkey (sb)
cobalt cobalt ( sb)
cobay guinea pig
cobor tumble dwon (vint)
coc to cook
coca coca (plant)
Coca-Cola Coca-Cola
cocarde rosette
coccolia cuddle (sb)
coccole pamper, cuddle ( vtr )
cocece hen house ( sb)
coch coach (means of transport; sb)
cochan maize ear; fruit-core (sb)
cochass thistle ( sb)
cocher coachman (sb)
cockpit cockpit (sb)
cocktail cocktail (sb)
cocollia cajolery (sb)
cocon cocoon ( sb )
code code (sb)
coefficient coefficient
cofeine coffeine (sb)
coffer coffer ( sb)
cofie coffee (sb)
cofiedostkan cofiedostkan (sb)
cogestion co-determination
cognitive science cognitive science
coherence coherence, consistency
cohesion cohesion
cohort cohort (sb)
coincid to coincide
cojok sheepskin (sb )
cokhliar spoonful
cokw cook (sb )
colche colchian
Colchis Colchis
colfin hop-pole
colibri hummingbird
coll neck (sb)
collab collapse (vint)
collant tight, leotard (sb)
collband necklace (sb)
collectioniste collector (sb)
collegh colleague (sb)
collegial collegial, collegiate (adj)
collegium college, comprehensive school (sb)
colloquium colloquium
collusion collusion
colnier collar (sb)
Cologne Cologne
Colombia Colombia (npr)
colon settler
colonat colonato (sb)
colonel colonel (sb)
colonia colony (sb)
colonial colonial
colonisation colonization (sb)
color colour (sb)
coloss colossus (sb)
Colosseo Colosseum (npr)
colostrum colostrum (sb )
colpak cap ( sm )
colportage hawking (sb)
colporter peddler (sb)
coltan coltan
columbh dove (sb)
colunn (& colunna) = column ( sf )
colunnade colonnade (sf )
com (& comsamen) = together (adv)
comanche comanche
comap buckle (vtr)
comat hunk (sb)
combat combat (adj. & n.)
combination combination (sb)
combinator combinatory (adj)
comedia comedy (sb )
comesstabule constable (sb)
comete comet (sb)
comfort comfort ( sm )
comfortable comfortable ( adj )
comglauwer to curl up
comics comics
comit warder (for convicts; sb)
comitee committee (sb)
comma comma (sb)
commandant commander (sb)
commande command (sb) (institution)
commandement commandment (sb) (religious)
commander commander (sb)
commandire business trip
commando commando (unit)
commandobrigv wheelhouse bridge (sb)
commando-soldat commando (soldier)
commente comment (sb & vtr)
commerce commerce (vint & sb)
commercial bank commercial bank
commode chest of drawers (sb) (furniture)
commun common (adj); commun grabh = common grave
communicant vase communicating vessel
commune borough, commune (sb)
communie to communicate
communion communion (sb)
communiquee (communiqué) = communiqué (sb)
communitarisme communitarianism
communitat community (sb)
Communitat Independent Staten Commonwealth of Independent States
commun sense common sense (sb)
Comore Comoro (npr)
compag to tense, to contract (vint); past tense of "companeg"
compagnie company (sb; commercial)
compagnon companion (sb)
companeg compact (vtr)
compare compare (vtr)
compartment compartment (sb)
comparue to appear (before a court)
compass compass ( sb)
compassion compassion (sb)
compatible compatible
compense to compensate for
competition competition (sb)
compiler compiler (computer; sb)
complete complete (adj; vtr)
complexe complex (adj)
complicat complicated (adj)
complication complication (sb; including surgery)
complice accomplice (adj, sb) (criminal)
complie complicate (vtr)
compliment compliment (sb)
complot plot ( sb)
compon present tense base of composen
component component
composen to compose (vtr)
composit compound (adj & sb); composit prev = compound prev
composite composite (adj)
compositor composer (sb)
Compostela Compostela (npr)
compotium banquet (mainly with drinks)
comprehend to comprehend
compresse compress ( sb)
compressem to compress (vtr)
compresst air compressed air
comprined to comprise
compris past participle and past tense of comprined
computer computer ( sb)
computerminal computer terminal
com(samen) together (adv)
comsperg scatter (vtr ) ( object , location)
comsteurd collapse (vint)
comstrehb se _ = to fall back on oneself
comweida overall culture
con with (accompanied by; prep); con sellsto namos : Best regards
concave concave
concentrational concentration (adj)
concern concern ( vtr )
concert concert (sb)
concil council (sb) (institution; Church)
conciliant conciliatory ( adj )
conclud to conclude
concorde concord
concors bankruptcy (sb)
concrete concrete (adj)
concreteih materialize (vtr)
concretion concretion (sb)
concubin (life) partner (sb)
concubinat (legal) cohabitation ( sb)
concurrence competition ( sb)
condensator capacitor (electricity ; sb)
condescendence condescension (sb)
condiment condiment ( sb)
condire pickle ( vtr )
conditer confectioner (sb)
conditerie confectioner s shop ( sb)
condition condition (sb) & to condition (vtr )
condottiere condottiero
conductance conductance (electricity, sb)
conduite conduct (sb)
conduit pipe (sb)
cone cone (sm)
confect confectionery (sb)
confederat confederate (adj & sb)
confer to confer
confessionalisme confessionalism
confett confess (vtr)
confide bi = to confide in ( vpr )
confident confident ( adj)
confine to confine
confirmation confirmation (including religion)
confirme confirm (vtr )
confluence confluence (sb)
conform correct, true (to) (adj)
confronte confront (vtr)
confucianisme confucianism (sb)
confuned to confuse / confound (vtr)
confus confuse (adj); past and past passive participle of confuned
confus-ye dimly (adv )
congener fellow creature (adj & sb)
conger conger-eel
conglomerat conglomerate (company)
Congo Congo (npr)
congolese congolese (adj. & sb)
congregation congregation (sb) ( Religion)
conjug spouse (sb)
conjuncture (economic) situation
connaiss to know about (a topic)
connect {konnEkt} = connect (vtr)
connotation connotation
conosment bill of lading (sb)
conscie (+ acc.) = to be aware of
conscience conscience, consciousness (sb); conscience objection = conscien
cious objection
conscription conscription (sb)
consecre to consecrate, to dedicate
consecutive consecutive
consensus consensus
consent + acc. (consènt) = consent to (vint)
consequence consequence
conservative conservative (politics; sb & adj)
conserve tinned/canned food; to conserve
conserveghyaner opener (for tins, cans; sb )
considere consider ( vtr )
consist + acc. = consist in
console console ( sb); console (vtr )
consonn consonant (adj & sb)
consortium consortium
conspiration conspiracy (sb)
conspirator conspirator ( sb )
conspue to conspue
constant constant
Constantinople Constantinople
Constantinus Constantine (Roman Emperor)
consternat dismayed ( adj )
consterne to consternate
constitution constitution (sb)
construction construction (sb)
constructive effect rule of effectiveness (law)
construg build ( vtr )
consul consul (sb)
consulat consulate (sb)
consultationsfirma consulting firm
consulte consult (vtr)
consumm (& consummation) = consumption (sb)
contact link, contact ( sb)
contact linses contact lenses
contag past tense of contaneg
contagieus contagious ( adj)
container container (sb)
containernav container ship (sb)
contaneg contact (vtr)
conteit county (sb)
contemple to behold
se contente med = to content oneself with
conteste contest ( vtr )
contigu ad adjacent to
continental schelf continental shelf
continue to continue
cont (& conto) = account (sb)
conte count (sb, vtr)
continental drift continental drift
contingent contingent (sb)
contocorrent transactional account (sb)
contolker person spoken to (sb)
contor counter (sb); lawyer's office
contorsion contortion
contour outline, contour (sb)
contrabalance to counterbalance (vtr)
contrabande contraband (sb)
contrabass bass ( sf )
contraceptive contraceptive (sb)
contradic ( contradìc ) = contradict (vtr)
contradictor adversarial (adj)
contrafac counterfeit ( vtr )
contrafagot contrabassoon (sb)
contrafort buttress (sb) (architecture)
contraforte contraforte
contragend magha contracting authority (public tenders)
contralto contralto (sb)
contramande to countermand (vtr)
contrapart counterpart (sb)
contrapoint counterpoint
contrar contrary
contraste contrast (vtr & sb)
contravention contravention, fine (sb)
contrecoup contrecoup
contribue (+ acc. ) = to contribute to
contrition contrite ( adj)
control control (vtr & sb); control system = controls ( splu )
controleur ticket inspector, bus conductor
controlluce warning light (sb)
controvers /controverten = controverted
controverse controversy (sb)
contuned to bruise (vtr)
contus past participle and past tense of contuned
contusion bruise, bruising ( sb )
convall lily of the valley (sb)
convent [konvEnt] = convent (sb)
converg converge (vint)
conversation conversation (sb)
convinec to convince
convoy convoy
convulg convulse (vtr)
convulsive convulsive
cooptation co-option
coordinat coordinate (sb)
cop cop (sb; policeman)
copel chip (ex. of wood; sb)
Copenhaghen Copenhagen (npr)
copie copy (sb & vtr)
copierect copyright (sb)
copil scoundrel (sb)
Coppernic Copernicus (npr)
coptic Coptic (adj, sb)
corall coral (sb)
Coran Quran (sb)
corbach riding crop (sb)
corbh basket (sb)
corc cork, stopper (sb)
corce bark (sb)
corcscruv corkscrew (sb)
corcuk crow (sb)
corcuksnest crow's nest (sb)
cordeguardia gatehouse, guardhouse (sb)
cordial cordial (adj)
cordialitat warmth, cordiality (sb)
cordillera cordillera
cordon-sanitaire cordon sanitaire, sanitary cordon
Corfu Corfu (npr)
coriander coriander (sb)
coridion St John's wort (sb)
Corinth Corinth ( npr )
corinthi Corinthian (adj. & sb)
cormat cider (sb)
cornea cornea
cornete cornet (sb)
cornice cornice (sb)
cornut chickweed (sfb)
coroll corolla ( sb )
corollar corollary (sm , adj )
corpos body ( sb)
corposveurnen (sing) = assault ( splu )
corporation corporation
corps ad corps hand-to-hand, clinch
corps-de-logiss corps de logis (sb)
corpulent stout ( adj )
Corpus Christi Corpus Christi
corrector chirurgia corrective surgery
correg correct (vtr)
correspond correspond (vtr)
correspondence correspondence (sb) (letters )
corridor corridor ( sb)
corrumep to corrupt
corrup past tense of corrumep
cors Corsican ( adj , sb )
corsan rover ( sb)
corsar privateer (sb)
corselett bodice (sb)
corsett corset (sb )
Corsica [kOrsika] = Corsica ( npr )
cort short ( adj)
cortanem wheezy ( adj)
cortege procession ( sb )
cortin curtain ( sb)
cortjamb stocky (adj )
cortoyer courtier ( sb)
cortschluss short circuit (sb)
coschar gate
coschmar nightmare ( sb)
cosin window frame
cosmetic cosmetic (adj)
cosmetique cosmetic product (sb)
cosmic microwanden aptergrund cosmic microwave background; cosmic skapsyrat =
escape velocity (sb)
cosmopolit cosmopolitan ( adj)
cost cost (sb) & cost (vtr)
costeus costly
costor tin-ore
costume suit (clothing)
cot coat (sf )
coteau coteau, hillside
cotlan corner (sm )
cotlett chop (meat; sb )
coton cotton ( sb )
couard coward (sm. & adj)
couardice cowardice ( sf )
couch sofa ( sm )
couchette couchette (sb)
cougar cougar (sb)
coul cool (adj; fig. as in "keep cool" !)
coulee (mud)flow, (snow)slide
coulisse set construction (in theatres)
coup cup (sb)
coup-d'etat coup d état
coupee (& coupé) = compartment, coupé (train)
coupel dome, cupola
couplen clutch (on cars)
couplet song verse
coupon coupon (sb)
courage courage ( sb )
courant account, report
cousin cousin (sb)
couvrefeu curfew (sb)
covehr tapestry, cover (ex: book; sb); to cover
coven coven (sb)
cox coke (sb)
coyer bloated, swollen (adj )
coyote coyote
crabe crab (sb)
crackel crack (vtr )
cracken creak, creaking (sb)
cramp cramp ( sf )
cranium skull and crossbones
cras tomorrow (adv )
crasch crash ( vpr )
crasp + acc = to clench on ( vpr )
crastin of tomorrow ( adj )
crater crater (sb)
crauv raven (sb)
cravat tie (on neck; sb)
crawl crawl (swimming)
crayk hornet (sb)
creation creation
cred belief (sb)
credeih believe (vtr)
credie Wednesday (sb)
credit credit (sb)
creditise credit (vtr)
credule credulous
cree to create (vtr)
crehng to list (vint ) ( vessel)
crehsc grow (vint); rise, increase (sb)
crehsp crunch, munch (vtr)
creisch to yelp, to bawl, to squeal
cremation cremation
crematorium crematorium
creme cream-coloured
creme-de-cassis crème de cassis
cren horseradish ( sb)
crepat cracked ( adj)
crepire to die (slowly; !)
crescent crescent (sb)
creschma tavern ( sf )
creschmer keeper ( sm )
cressen watercress (sb)
crest crest (sf )
Crete Crete ( npr )
cretic Cretan ( adj , sb)
crevasse crevice (sb)
crewent covered with blood (adj.)
cricit screamed (3° sing past tense)
crick creek, inlet
crie scream; cry (vtr & sb)
crieckel past tense of crackel
criesch past tense of crasch
criesp past tense of criesp
crime crime (sb); crime os/as les majestat = lese-majesty (sb); organise-n/-t
crime = organised crime
criminal criminal (adj & sb)
crin horsehair
crinar mane (sb)
cripia manger (sb); Nativity scene ( sb)
criquet cricket (sb)
crisch past tense of creisch
crise crisis ( sb)
crisp frizzy, fuzzy (adj )
crispe to backcomb ( hair)
cristall crystal ( sb )
cristallite (gran) = crystallite (sb)
cristallreceptor crystal receiver
Cristoforo Colombo Christopher Columbus (npr)
criterium criterion (sb)
critic critical (adj)
critique criticism (sb)
critique to criticize
critiquer critic (sb)
crocus crocus (sb)
crohng past tense of crehng
crohsc past tense of crehsc
crohsp past tense of crehsp
cron crown ( sb)
cronapel "queen of the pippins" (apple)
cronschtayn cleat (sb)
croquet croquet (game)
croquette croquette (sb)
croquis croquis (sb)
crosct growth ( sb)
crotal antique cymbal, crotale (sb)
croupier croupier (sb)
crovat bed ( sb )
crovatbohnden bedridden
crovatbohndt bedridden
crowding-out crowding out (sb)
cruassant croissant (sb)
cruce cross ( sb & vtr )
cruceade crusade (sb)
cruceit crusader (sb)
crucen intersection (sb)
crucer cruiser (sb; warship)
crucesprehg cross-examining (adj)
crucestrehl crossfire (sb)
crucial crucial
crucifict crucify (vtr)
crucifix crucifix (sb)
crue vineyard, wine (sb)
cruel cruel
cruise cruise (sb)
cruor gore, shed blood
cruorgheuss bloodbath, bloodshed
cruoric bloody (adj)
cruorlasni bloodthirsty (adj)
cruppel cripple
crusber redcurrant (sb)
cruste crust (sb)
crusten very cold (adj)
cruzen baptize (vtr )
cryogenique cryogenics (sb )
crypt crypt ( sb)
Cuba Cuba ( npr )
cubaba cubeb ( sb)
cuban Cuban (adj. & sb)
cubic meter cubic meter (sb)
cubil bunk (to lie down; sb)
cubtal elbow ( sb)
cuch doggie (sb)
cuchia kennel (sb)
cucin kitchen (sb)
cucuflor oxalis, sorrel (sb)
cuincule rabbit (sb)
cuissot haunch (sb)
cuit skin ( sb)
cuitmaigher skinny ( adj )
culasch horsgray-fawn horse (sb)
culcin cushion (sb)
culcutar colcothar (sb )
cul-de-sac cul de sac (sb)
culinar culinary ( adj )
culinaria Culinary Arts (splu)
culmen escarpment, top, summit (sb)
cult cult
cultive to cultivate (vtr)
cultor farmer (sb)
cumb coomb, combe, dale
cumebh to lay down (vtr)
cumin caraway seeds, cumin (sb)
cumpater godfather (sm)
cumraeg Welsh (adj, sb)
Cumri Wales (npr)
cumulation accumulation
cumule accumulate (vtr); heap (sb)
cungeid leave (sb); to dismiss (vtr)
cuniko young male rabbit (sb)
cunupide cauliflower (sb)
cunvenn chat (sb)
cuper copper (sb)
curatele guardianship (sb)
curator curator ( museum) (sm )
curbel crank (sb)
curbit cucurbita maxima (sb)
curdisse to wind up (a mechanism)
cure cure (sb) (religion); course of treatment
curieus curious
curpen gimlet, spiral (sb)
curr to run
curral pen, enclosure (sb)
current current (adj )
currier messenger
curs course (sb); past participle & past tense of curr
cursia passageway
cursive italic (writing)
curt court (sb, fig); Curt om Assises = Court of Assises
curtese courteous (adj)
curtesia courtesy (sb)
curtisane courtesan (sb)
curtise woo (vtr)
Curt-Martial Court-Martial (sb)
curve curve, bend ( sb)
cuschuta dodder (sf )
cuscuss couscous ( sm )
cuskat stock dove
custodia custody
customise customize (vtr)
cutia small box (sb)
cutt blow (sb)
cutter cutter (vessel, sb)
cuvee vintage (wine)
cuvoukel cubicle, loose-box
cyanobacteria cyanobacteria (sb)
cyclas cyclas (sb)
cyclop cyclop ( sb)
cyclopean Cyclopean ( adj )
cylinder barrel (sm )
cymbal cymbal ( sf )
cymber savory (sf )
cynic cynical ( adj )
cypress cypress (sb)
cypriak Cypriot (adj. & sb)
Cypros Cyprus
Cyrene Cyrene
cyste cyst
daanistah knowingly (adv)
dabdab kettledrum (sb) (music)
daber artisan, craftsman (sb)
dabron benevolent (adj )
dac Dacian ( adj , sb)
dach hem ( sb )
dachin (sing) = portable scales (splu)
dadmam father and mother
dadw provide ( vtr )
Daedel Daedalus ( npr )
dafan burial ( sb)
dafni laurel (sb) ( tree )
daftar (long) list (sb)
daftarnukta bullet (typography)
daga dagger (sb)
dagh to switch on, to light
daghcleich ignition key ( sb)
daghsysteme ignition ( sb) ( vehicle )
dah give (vtr )
dahi ingenious (adj)
dahsit (he/she/it) gave
dais canopy (furniture; sb)
daiwer brother-in-law
dajal imposter, usurper (sb )
dak receive, get ( vtr )
dakh thatched roof
dakhdom cottage (sb )
dakhel (entrance) lobby (sb)
dakika instant ( sb; minute )
dakru tear ( sb )
dakrue to be watering (eye)
dakrugehn eye-irritating, lachrymatory (adj. & sb)
dakruwent tearful (adj)
dal (& dalin) = valley, dale ( sb)
dalg far ( adv )
dalgayu longevity ( sb)
dalgayun long-lived ( adj )
dalger farther, further (adv)
Dalgnord Far North
dalgtosneih to radio-control
dalit dalit
dallal broker (sb)
dalt chisel ( sb)
dalworts downstream (adv)
damar string (sb) ( of bow )
dame lady, ma am (sb); queen (card games; sb)
damenleik (sing) = draughts (game)
dames draughts (game)
damika miss (sb)
damn damage ( sm )
damnation damnation ( sb)
damu World Axis
dangalak booby (sm )
danger danger (sb)
dank thank (sb & vtr); dank ! = thank you (interjection); dank spollay = tha
nk you very much !
dankali sweet potatoe (sb)
Danmark Denmark (npr)
dans dance (sb & vtr)
danser dancer (sb)
dansk Danish (adj)
dansplor dance floor
dansster female dancer
dantelle lace (sb )
Danube Danube (npr)
danv spruce ( sb; tree )
danxiow magazine (sb) (of a weapon)
Danwper Dnieper
Danwster Dniester
dapan feast meal (sb); to have a feast meal (vint)
daper sacrificial animal
dar to hold back, to hold steadily (vtr/vint); still (adv)
Daraa Daraa
daraja chemin de ronde
darajagwah rounds, patrol (sb) (guard)
darak carding machine
darban porter (sb)
Dardanelles Dardanelles (splu)
darm firm (adj); darm disk = hard disk drive (sb)
darman false antidote
darmeg bread of fine flour
darmen bearing, position (sb)
darmo memoria read-only memory
dars lecture (teaching; sb)
darv bitumen (sb)
darvsand oil sand (sb)
darwisch dervish (sb)
darya Inland Sea (sb; poetic)
darz vein (sb; of metal)
daschtban rural policeman (sb)
daskal school teacher (sb)
dastkar healer (sb)
dastur (mandatory) rule (sb)
dat as, given that (conjunction)
daten beorbaten data processing ( sm )
datia file (of data; sb)
dauganeid ne'er-do-well
daugh ka to serve as (to = dative)
daulat public power (sb; State); Daulat Islams in Irak ed Schaam = "Islamic St
ate" (terrorist group)
daulg soot (sb)
daum to wonder
daumos marvel, wonder ( sb)
daumost wonderful (adj )
daun rope (sb)
daunbrigv rope bridge
daunet death (sb); to die (vint)
daunos funeral (sb)
daunoscampan knell, toll
daunoswogh hearse (sb)
daunost fatal ( adj)
daut dead (adj); past participle and past tense of daunet
dauyn cable ( sb ) ( rope )
dauynvia towing path ( sb )
davit davit
dawa litigation
dawi litigious (adj)
dawti fuel (sb)
day to divide up
daybien ( sing ) = feces ( splu )
daydey in general (adv )
dayi general idea
dayim constantly ( adv)
dayir concerning ( prep )
daykhway meeting, rally (sb)
dayluk mainland ( sb)
daymio daimyo ( sb )
dayn creditor ( adj , sb )
dayrliaung large quantity
dayschawbien faeces and urine ( splu )
de about (prep)
deambulatorium ambulatory (in church, sb)
debat debate (sb)
debit due ( adj ) ( money )
debitcarte debit card (sb)
debite to debit (vtr)
debos suitableness
debris (sing) = debris (splu)
debses propriety, decorum (sb)
dec ten (num)
decan dean (sb)
decante decant (vtr)
Decapolis Decapolis
decedd to die, to pass away
december december (sb)
decen ten (sb)
decennium decade (sb)
decent [dëtsEnt] = decent
decep [dëtsEp] = disappoint (vtr)
deception disappointment (sb)
dechee to demean
dechristianisation dechristianisation
decid {dëtsId} = decide (vtr)
decime decimate (vtr)
decis decided
deck pillowcase (sb); deck of ship (sb)
decking decking (sb; ship)
declare declare (vtr)
decline decline (vtr & sb)
decoction decoction
decolletee low-cut, low neckline
deconcentre to devolve (ex: administration, vtr)
deconstruction deconstruction
decor decor (sb)
decore decorate (vtr )
decos dignity (sb)
decouple to decouple, uncouple
decrepit decrepit (adj)
decrepitude decay (sb)
decret decree (sb & vint)
deculturation deculturization
dedh to curd, to clot
dedhen curdled milk
dedication dedication (sb)
dedie dedicate (vtr )
dedru skin disease ( sb )
dedruk spot ( sb ) (on skin)
dedrut (& dedrun) = pockmarked ( adj)
dedwrnt clot (sm )
defalque to deduct (vtr)
default default (sb)
defect default (sb; in a machine)
defector renegade (sb)
defend ( defènd ) = defend (vtr)
defense defence (sb)
deference deference (sb)
defereit déféré (French law; sb)
deferent deferential ( adj)
deficit deficit ( sb )
defilee parade (sb ) ( review )
defineih to define
definition definition (sb )
defis hyphen -
deflagration explosion sound (sb)
deflation deflation
defleg deflect (vtr)
deforce forced (adj)
deforestation deforestation (sb)
defrock to defrock (vtr)
defunct deceased (adj)
degener degenerate (adj)
deglobalisation deglobalization
degrade degrade (vtr)
degram molar ( tooth ) ( sb)
degree degree (sb)
degveih wither (vint)
degvihen wither (vtr)
deh to put
dehbh (vtr ) = ought to
dehbhen assent (sb)
dehk to fit together
dehl delude, deceive ( vtr )
dehlft delving (sb)
dehlg must (vtr)
dehlv to delve
dehlwrnt snare ( sm )
dehm to put ub, to train
dehmber framing (sf)
dehn to flow, to pass by (vint)
dehnend fluid (adj) (traffic)
dehnk to bite (vtr)
dehnkel to nibble at
dehnksrig very cold
dehnquote stream flow
dehnu riverstream
dehr to tear
dehrbh spoil ( vpr )
dehrj to hold
deidikie display ( sm )
deigh dam ( sf )
deighos rampart of mud ( sm )
deih suck (vtr )
deihbotel baby's bottle (sb)
deihnu dairy animal
deik signpost (sb)
deik to show, to indicate
deil share (vtr); deil con = to deal with
deilule small machete (sb)
deimen nurse (who gives milk)
dejour to be on duty
dekhschat frighten (vtr )
dekhschat terror (sb)
dekhschatic horrifying, appalling (adj)
delband turban ( sb )
delectation delight ( sb )
delegation delegation (sb)
deleteri deleterious ( adj )
deliberation deliberation (sb )
delicate delicate (adj )
delicieus delicious (adj )
delirant delirious (adj )
delirium delirium (sb)
dellal town, public crier ( sb)
delphin dolphin ( sb)
Delphoi Delphi ( npr )
delt tent (sb)
delta delta (sb)
deltaplan hang glider (sb)
deluge deluge (sb)
deluxe luxurious (adj)
dem district, territorial unit, division of a territory
demagog demagogue (sb)
demande demand (sb & vtr)
demarcation demarcation
dematesia structural system (building; sb)
dement ({dëmEnt} & demential) = insane, mad (adj)
dementia dementia
demikat (sing) = croutons (splu)
deminen demining (sb)
demneh tame (vtr)
democrat democrat
Democratic Respublic ios Congo Democratic Republic of the Congo
Demokrit Democritus (npr)
demon demon (sb)
demoniak demoniac (adj)
demonstrant demonstrant
demonstration demonstration (sb)
demontage dismantling (sb)
demonte to take apart, to dismantle, to dismount (vtr)
demos people (sb) (in a district)
demosia rental charge (sb)
demotic demotic (adj)
demped house floor
demsadpeurten filiation (including adoption)
demspoti house master (sb)
demspotnia housewife (sb)
Den Haag The Hague (npr)
denars (splu) = money (sing)
denartransport cash-tansport(ation) (sb)
denda (punishment) = penalty, sanction (sb)
denegen service "denial of service" (computer)
dener depression (of terrain)
dengji see-saw, weighing scale (sb)
dengjiekwo rocking horse
dengu cloudy (sky, adj)
denote denote (vtr)
denoument dénouement, outcome
dens (& densu) = dense ( adj)
densat densely packed ( adj )
dent tooth ( sb)
dentia denture (sb)
dentiste dentist (sb)
dentition dentition (sb)
dentpaste tooth-paste (sb)
denunce to denounce (vtr)
denwrnt back of hand, flat side of a blade, blade (of propeller)
department department
depend (depènd) = to depend on
depesche dispatch, news (sb)
depineg to depict (vtr)
deplore deplore (vtr)
depon present tense base of deposen
deponia (garbage) dump (sb)
deposeih deposit ( vtr ) ( trade)
deposen to depose (vtr)
deposit handling ( sb) (activity)
deposit deposit ( sb) (bank)
deprave deprave (vtr)
depression depression (sb)
depulg to drive out (from cover)
derailment derailment
deranget (& derangen) = disturbed ( adj ) (mentally )
derbeder slapdash ( adj )
derder to grumble
dered tordylium (sb)
derghen male dogwood
derision derision
derisor derisory (adj)
derivat derivative (sb; including finance)
derive to derive
deroge (+ acc.) = to depart from
derrick derrick (sb)
derv faithful (adj)
dervente narrow gorge or pass
desaffectet disused ( adj )
desamat unpleasant (adj)
desarmament disarmament (sb)
desaster disaster ( sb)
descend to descend
desconcerte disconcert (vtr)
descrehsc decrease
describ describe (vtr)
desert desert (adj & sb)
deserteur deserter ( sb)
desertire to desert (as a soldier, vint)
desfigure disfigure (vtr)
desguise disguise (vtr / vint)
deshonor disgrace, dishonour (sb)
deshydrate dehydrate (vtr)
desinfectant desinfectant (adj & sb)
desinstalle uninstall (vtr)
desinteresse disinterest
desinvolture casualness (sb)
desire desire (sb & vtr)
desk round table
deskwide (!) = lose (vtr)
desloge dislodge (vtr)
desmantel dismantle (vtr)
desno fane (sb)
desolation distress, grief, desolation
desoriente disorientate
desperat desperate (adj)
desperation desperation (sb)
despere to despair
desplace displace (vtr)
desploy unfold, display (vtr/vpr)
desployment deployment
despot despot
dessacralise desecrate
dessert dessert (sb)
dessous ( splu) = (woman s) underwear (sing)
destination destination (sb)
destine destine (vtr)
destroyer destroyer (vessel; sb)
destrug destroy (vtr)
destull quite (adv)
desvantage disadvantage
detachable colnier detachable collar (sb)
detache detach (vtr)
detayl detail (sb & vtr)
detective detective
detectiven roman crime fiction novel
deteg detect (vtr)
deten ( detèn ) = to detain
detente détente (sb ) ( political relations )
detergent detergent (adj & sb)
deterioration deterioration (sb)
se deteriore deteriorate (vint)
determination determination (sb)
deteste dislike (vtr)
dethron dethrone (vtr)
detour detour (sb)
detriment detriment (sb)
deub deep (adj)
deubfrehser freezer (sb)
deugh to make come, to make happen, to get (vtr)
deulg to owe
deulgen financial claim ( sb )
deum to smoke (to emit smoke, vtr & vint)
deumkyal smoking room (sb)
deurgh maim ( vtr )
deurs to dare
deurseck cheeky (adj )
deursia audacity; venture ( sb)
deusel dazzle (vtr )
deusk dark (adj) ; to darken, grow sombre (vint)
deusk materia dark matter (sb)
deuspont rainbow (sb)
deutsch German (adj. & sb); Deutsch Confederation = German Confederation
Deutschland Germany (npr)
deuyker culvert ( sm )
deuys to fail (vint)
deuyseih counter (vtr)
devalue to devaluate (vtr; finance)
devotion devotion (sb)
dewer whirl (sb)
dexel helm (sb)
dexia skill (sf )
dexios briskly ( adv)
dexter right (direction)
dexteritat dexterity ( sb)
dextro to the right
Dhaka Dhaka
dia towards (moral meaning; prep)
diabel devil ( sb)
diabetes diabetes (sb)
diabetic diabetic (adj)
diablo imp, little devil (sb)
diabrehgh saturate (vtr)
diadehtor certifying officer (sb; accountancy)
diademe diadem (sb)
diafa welcoming present, gift (sb)
diagnose diagnosis (sb) & diagnose (vtr)
diaken deacon (sb)
dialehg to have a conversation
dialogos dialogue (sb)
diamant diamond
diaphen diaphanous (adj)
diapo slide (photo; sb)
diapositive slide (photo; sb)
diar diary (sb)
diarrhea diarrhea ( sf )
diaspehr scatter (vtr )
diatribe rant ( sb)
diayn indigo dye
dibaj brocade ( sb)
dicotomia dichotomy (sf )
dictator dictator ( sm )
dictature dictatorship (sb)
dictionar dictionary (sb)
didbani lookout (ex: tower; sb)
Dido Dido (npr)
diedel fibula
diedw past tense of dadw
diegh past tense of diegh
diehen attach ( vtr )
dieji saucer ( sb)
diek big box (for storage); got, received (past tense)
diemen link (sb)
diemmen to bondage (sb)
dien day (sb)
dienaurdhen order of the day, agenda
dienchi (removable) electric battery (sb)
dienghia refined (adj)
dienk past tense of dank
dienkia domestic electric appliances (adj , sm)
diens past tense of dans
dientow to bow ( vint)
dienxia square (before a church, a temple...) ( sm )
dier past tense of dar
diesel diesel
diete diet (sb) (weight loss)
dieugh past tense of daugh
dieum past tense of daum
Dieuspater Supreme God
dieupter Supreme God
diewo daylight ( sf )
diey past tense of day
differ to postpone, to put off
difference difference (sb)
differencye differentiate ( vtr )
differendum dispute ( sm )
different different
differential differential (sb, math.)
difficil difficult (adj)
difficultat difficulty (sb)
digest digest (vtr)
digestive digestive (adj)
digestive tract digestive tract (sb)
digh past tense of « dinegh »
dighme to turn off
dighmo oblique (adj)
dighom earth (sb)
digit rakem
digital digital (adj)
dignitar dignitary (sb)
dih past tense of dih ; -dih = locative suffix
DIISCH ISIS (terrorist group)
dik showed (past tense)
dik-ye rightly (adv)
dikat refinement (sm )
dikhliz corridor, gang (sb)
diks- legal (adj)
dikscapacitat legal capacity
dil past tense of deil
dila feeding breast (sb)
dilemma dilemma (sb)
diler (drug) dealer
dilglonc longbow (sb)
diligence diligence (sb) (quality)
dilim clove (sf)
dill dill
diluv to dilute (vtr)
dima prop (carpentry) (sb)
dimaar self-importance, bumptiousness
Dimaschk Damascus (npr)
dimension dimension (sb)
dimsum dim sum (sb)
dind then, after that (adv)
dinegh shape, fashion, mould (vtr)
dinga dengue fever (sb)
dingkwehl potter s wheel
dingv tongue (sb) (body)
dinner dinner (sb & vint)
dinosaur dinosaur (sb)
diocese diocese (sb)
Dioder Diodorus (npr)
Diogenes Diogenes (npr)
Dionys Dionysus (npr)
dionysic Dionysian (adj)
Diophent Diophantus (npr)
diora ( ! ) = sperma (sb)
diorite diorite ( sm)
diork roe-deer ( sb)
dioxide dioxide (sb)
dioxin dioxin
diphtherie diphtheria (sb)
dipla pleat, crease (sb) (clothing)
diplise crease, pleat (vtr)
diplomat diplomat
diplome diploma (sb)
dirab to wreck, ransack (vtr)
direct direct (adj)
direction direction (sb)
director director (sb)
directoren radh board of directors
directorium (service) = directory (sb) (ex: telephone)
direg [dirEg] = run, manage, lead (vtr)
dirigisme dirigisme (sb)
dirpan scythe (sb)
disap disconnect, dislocate (vtr)
disappoint disappoint (vtr )
disarroy helplessness, disarray ( sb)
disaurdhen disorder
disayner designer
disbark to disembark
disbayaldisse to regain consciousness
disbih to get undone
discern ( discèrn ) = discern (vtr)
dischteukel shred (vtr )
disciple disciple (sb)
discipline discipline (sb)
discont (& disconto) = discount (sb )
discordant discordant (adj)
discouple to disengage the clutch
discredit discredit
discreditise to discredit (vtr)
discret discrete (adj)
discretionar discretionary
discrosct degrowth
discutt to discuss (vtr)
disfalg clearing the land (vtr)
disfangheih to dispossess (vtr; double accusative)
disfeurl unfurl (vtr)
disfiber fray (vtr)
disgrace disgrace (sb)
disinflation disinflation
disk disk (sb)
diskaurt (& diskaurn) = abandoned (adj)
diskenise to reduce to ashes (a corpse)
diskette diskette
diskwehr undo (vtr)
disleu disintegrate, weather (vtr)
disleuren release (sb)
disloque dislocate (vtr )
dismask unmask ( vtr )
disnauk to disembark
disnia sand hill (sb)
dispareih to disappear
disparitat disparity (sb)
dispars scattered (adj)
dispensarium free clinic
dispeulver pulverize (vtr)
displaise unplease
displehc unwind, unroll (vtr)
disposable disposable (ex: product)
disposen arrange, lay out (vtr)
dispositif dispositif (sb) (judgement)
disprehp to disappear (to go away, to get off sight)
dispute dispute (sb & vint)
disradh X ad Y = to advise Y against X
disseddel throw out of saddle ( vtr )
dissension dissension (sb)
dissolut dissolute (adj)
dissquam to peel (vint; ex: paint)
disswohd obsolescence (sb)
distance-control remote-control
distar to stare wide-eyed
distaragh to elude, to disconcert
distehng fade (vtr)
distille distillate (vtr)
distinction distinction (sb)
distord distort (vtr)
distrans distrans (sb)
distreus distrust (vtr)
district district (sb)
distrust motion motion of no-confidence
distule unbalance (vtr)
disvolg to turn away (vint)
disvolv unfold (vint)
disvolveih unfold (vtr)
disvragh to clear (vegetation)
diswarp vacate (vtr)
diswaurg scatter (vint)
diswehrt divert (vtr)
diswein ud = to fall out with (someone)
disxubh scrap (sb)
ditil infant (baby, sb)
ditilcorbh Moses basket (sb)
diu long time (adv)
diumenn rudder, tiller ( sb)
diuper long ago
diuspehc hatching the eye (vtr )
diutis glow (sb)
diuturn long-lasting
div god (sb)
Div act via mysteirs God works in mysterious ways
divers diverse ( adj )
divid ( divìd ) = divide (vtr)
dividende dividende
divin divine (adj)
divination divination (sb)
divitat divinity (sb)
divite inkpot (sb)
divorce divorce (sb & vint)
divulgation divulgation (sb)
diwan Meeting Room, Council Chamber
Diwbat Highness (sb) (honorific address)
diweid + acc = oppose (vtr)
diya ransom (sb)
Djibouti Djibouti
djogan flag-bearer (sb)
dlas to crumple ub, to crease
DNA DNA (sb )
Dniepr Dnepr ( npr )
do (in)to
do aykw level with
do reviden Goodbye!
doan Customs ( splu)
dobi launderer (sb)
doc teach ( vtr )
docent docent (sb)
dock dock ( sb)
doctor doctor (sb)
doctrine doctrine (sb)
document document (sb)
documentar film documentary movie (sb)
dogan sparrow hawk (sb )
dogh mastiff
dogma dogma
dohbh past tense of dehbh
dohbrest best, most convenient (adj)
dohbro good, convenient (adj)
dohbro vehsmen naudhen appropriate clothing must be worn
dohk past tense of dehk
dohl past tense of dehl
dohlg duty (sb); past tense of dehlg
dohlv past tense of dehlv
dohm past tense of dehm
dohn past tense of dehn
dohnk past tense of dehnk
dohnkel past tense of dehnkel
dohr past tense of dehr
dohrbh past tense of dehrbh
dohrj past tense of dehrj
doigh dough ( sb)
doighen figurine (sf )
doighos laterie mud wall ( sb)
doighya mess (sm )
doik toe ( sm )
doina ballad ( sf ) (song )
dol willful misrepresentation (sb)
doler cunning ( adj ) ( pejorative)
dollar dollar (sb)
dolman dolman (sb)
dom house (sb)
dombehnd house arrest
domeih tame (vtr )
Domenica Dominica (Commonwealth in the West Indies, npr)
domestia household (sb) (husband and wife)
domestic domestic ( when referring to animals, plants; adj)
domestique domesticate (vtr )
domicile domicile ( sb )
domin field, domain (sb)
dominant position dominant position
domination domination (sb)
Dominican Respublic Dominican Republic (npr)
domino domino
domkrakht lifting jack (sb)
don gift, act of giving
donation donation (sb)
dong stormy, turbulent (adj)
dongwa fairy tale (sb)
dunjon dungeon (sb)
donk bits ( sm )
dorak cuirass (sb)
dord dregs (fig., sb)
dorev farm buildings (splu)
dorevia cultivated fields ( splu)
dorghi county town (sb)
dorgv dear, expensive (adj)
doric Doric
dorkw dinner; id Senst Dorkwo = the Last Supper
dormant dormant (adj)
dormitorium dormitory (sb)
doronic doronicum (sb)
doru bear spear (sb)
dorver farmer, peasant (sb)
dorwey Dorian
dos two (cards)
dospeic to thin, to taper (vtr)
dossier file (sb) (collection)
dosteigh to reach (by climbing)
dostkan tankard ( sb)
Dostoyevskiy Dostoyevsky (npr)
dostrig past tense of dostrineg
dostrineg execute (vtr; a penalty, a subpoena)
doublage dubbing (sb)
double double (adj)
dout mulberry (sb; precious wood)
douzen dozen (sb)
dow smallpox ( sf )
downgji mutual aid
Downgjien Far East ( npr )
downgmayk artery (sf )
drab (sing) = stairs ( splu)
drabplor level, landing of stairs ( sb)
drabzan banister (sb)
drachme drachma (sb)
drafsu brave, bold (adj )
draft draft ( sb)
dragant tragacanth astragalus (sb)
dragee sugared almond
dragon dragon (sb)
dragonmuk common snapdragon (sb)
drags (splu) = grape marc (sing)
drah run (vint)
drahsa running, current (sb)
drahski cross-country skiing (sb)
drain drain (sb & vtr)
drainage drainage
drakhst yeast (sb)
dramaturg playwright
drame drama (sb)
drangcarr wheelbarrow (sb)
drangh lever (sb)
drap wrap (vtr); drape (sb)
drastic drastic
draubh to crush into ruin (vtr)
draug brawl (sb)
draukht to be on (military) duty
drauting warlord, warchief (sb)
dravida Dravidian
drayl trail (sb)
dreb past tense of dremeb
dregh tenacious (adj)
drehb to feed, fuel (vtr)
drehd confront (vtr)
drehm dream (sb & vtr) (while sleeping)
drehn to drone
drehnk to drink (alcohol); alcoholic beverage
drehnkeina drinking establishment
drehnknik drunkard (sb)
dreiv to drift (by the stream)
dremeb broaden out (vint)
dresk fragment ( sb)
dressuar (old) credence (sb)
dreu wood (sb) (matter)
dreubukin woodwind (music)
dreugh deceive (vtr)
dreughkassam perjury (sb)
dreughlogos patter (sb)
dreunol vegetable oil ( sb)
dreup crumble ( vpr / vtr )
dreupel to be dripping
dreupic crumbly (adj)
dreydel teetotum (sb)
driep past tense of drap
drieubh past tense of draubh
drieukht past tense of draukht
drigh hair (a single one; sb )
drill drill (military; sb )
driug comrade (sb) (brother of arms)
driv past tense of dreiv
drivdreu driftwood
droben pond of pigs
drogh drug (sb)
droghenveneg illegal drug trader
drohb past tense of drehb
drohd past tense of drehd
drohm past tense of drehm
drohn drone (sb ) ( sound); past tense of drehn
drohnk past tense of "drehnk"
droid (an)droid (sb)
drom track, runway
drone artificial drone
drossat cold and dry (adj)
drouse Druze (sb, adj)
dru tree (sb)
druck print (vtr)
drud (adj) = trusted
druet stump (sb) (of tree )
drufarn tree fern (sb)
drug tub, bucket (sb)
drugh past tense of dreugh
drughav deceitful ( adj )
drugrance treeline (sf)
druid druid (sb)
drukh spirit ( sb) ( ghost )
druligne treeline (sf)
druna current, stream, course (sb); in id druna os in the course of
drungin detachment ( sm )
drup past tense of dreup
drupel past tense of drupel
druseg logger ( sm )
druv true (adj)
druve truth, reality (sb)
druve-ye really (adv)
Dryade Dryad (sb)
dschitiam venue (for shows; sb)
du to dress
Dubay Dubai (npr)
dubel lug stud (sb)
dubieus doubtful (adj)
dubil wedge (sb)
dubro cesspool (sb)
duc lead (vtr); leader, guide (sb)
ducat ducat (sb)
duccins official cash rate
ducer device driver
dudka trachea (sb)
due due to (prep)
duel duel (sb)
dugter daughter (sb)
Dugter Deiwios "Daughter of Heaven "
duil dust (sb)
duivar defensive wall
dukan shop, business (sb)
dukandar shopkeeper (sb)
dulal commission (sb) (purchase , percentage )
dulap cupboard (sb)
dulcimer (hammered) dulcimer (sb)
dulg debt ( sb); past tense of deulg
dum smoke (sb); past tense of deum
duman peasouper ( sb) (fig )
Te dumbo sub ghom ! (expression): I terrorize you !
dumos mood ( sb ) ( spirit )
dun fortified enclosure (sb )
dune dune (sb)
Dunekyrk Dunkirk
Dunia the World (npr)
dunos rope, tether (sb)
duodemimami Twelver (Islam Shia)
dupe dupe (vtr)
duplicat duplicate (sb)
durable lasting (adj)
durbin (sing) = binoculars (splu)
dure last (vint)
duren duration (sb)
durgh past tense of « deurgh »
durmesgos open mesh
durra sorghum bicolor (sb)
durs past tense of « deurs »
dusag mislead ( vtr )
dusasc to be giddy
dusbohr insufferable (adj )
dusch shower (in bathroom; sb )
duschman foe ( sb)
dusdecos disgrace, opprobrium (sb)
dusdin bad weather (sb)
dusdreibh to spin (car; vint)
duse nozzle (sb)
duseih to make dizzy
dusel past tense of deusel
dusfider unfaithful, infidel (adj., sb) (religion)
dusformen /dusformet = deformed
dusic dizzy
duskweiter filthy (adj)
duskwol whimsical, weird
dusmenos ill-disposed
dusmuamale abuse ( splu )
dusodor smelly ( adj)
duspineg scribble ( vtr )
dusprabh insensitive (adj )
dusprimav inhospitable ( adj )
dusrig chilly ( adj)
dussaun unhealthy (adj )
dust comrade (sb )
dustraite abuse ( vtr )
dusyo outcast (adj , sb)
duxit (he/she/it) led
duys past tense of deuys
dvan bread ( sb)
dvancaise weasel (sb) ( kenning )
dvehn to clap (vint; noise)
dverap stem (vtr )
dverwen harness (vtr )
dvestu pulicaria vulgaris (sb)
dvestura datura (sb)
dvohn past tense of « dvohn »
dvon clap (big noise ; sb)
dwaj flutter (vint)
dwal in panic (adj )
dwaschaw many ( sf )
dwaykhau conflagration (sm)
dweitsker chirp, twitter (vint)
dwer door ( sb )
dwerbehnd to shut in, to lock up
dwergh dwarf (adj. & sb)
dwicap twi-headed
dwidel half (sb)
dwident hoe (for garden; sb)
dwidromstrad dual carriageway (sb)
dwiej past tense of dwaj
dwigh past tense of "dwinegh"
dwigham polygamic (adj & sb)
dwighamia polygamy
dwight (& dwighen) = pinched (adj) (air); past tense of dwinegh
dwighesoreins two-handed sword (sb)
dwin twin ( sb , adj) ( 2 )
dwinaygw to own in common with one s neighbour
dwinegh ( semject ad semanghen ) = force (vtr), force open (vtr); dwinegh se = t
o break through
dwinghyehbh rape (sb & vtr)
dwipod biped (sb, adj)
dwitsker twitter (sb); past tense of dweitsker
dwo two ( pronoun )
dwogimtia a score (20; sb)
dwoi doubt (sb & vint)
dwokjwen whip-poor-will (sb )
dwomotor twin-engine aircraft (adj , sb)
dwor gate (sb)
dworis outdoors (adv)
dworishoge air draft (vessel)
dwot second (adj)
dwoter second (adj) (of 2)
Dwoternomos Deuteronomy (npr)
Anthony van Dyck Anthony van Dyck (npr)
dyehg + acc. = ignite
dyehgw stab (vtr)
dyehrc glimpse, see (vtr)
dyei to behold, worship (vtr)
dyeia beholding, contemplation
dyein worship (vtr)
Dyew Supreme God, Skygod
dyi past tense of "dyei"
dyin religious practice, faith (sb); past tense of dyein , past participle of "
dyindar worshiper (sb)
dynamic dynamic (adj)
dynamite dynamite (sb)
dynamo dynamo (sb)
dyinst (religious) service (sb)
dyohg past tense of dyehg
dyohgw past tense of dyehgw
dyohrc past tense of dyehrc
dysenterie dysentery (sb)
dyuv trip
eak vicious ( adj )
eakia vice (vicious; adj)
eau de vie eau de vie (sb)
ebb ebb, low tide
ebbschiau ebb tide
ebi (sing) = dried shrimps
ebon ebony (sb)
eboniste cabinetmaker (sb)
ebonisterie woodworking, cabinet-making
echee to fall to (law)
echelon echelon (sb)
echo echo (sb)
eclat commotion (ex during a ceremony)
eclectisme eclectism (sb)
eclipse eclipse
ecologia ecology
economaniak skimping on everything (adj)
economiste economist (sb)
ecosysteme ecosystem (sb)
ecran screen (sb)
ecrandecor wallpaper (computer)
ecransparer screensaver
ectoplasma ectoplasm (sb)
Ecuador Ecuador (npr)
ecuadoran ecuadorian (adj & sb)
ecumenisme Ecumenism (sb )
ed and
edam edam (cheese; sb)
edd eat ( vtr )
eddiun half-starved (adj)
eddmen meal ( sb)
eddtid meal-time (sb)
edeih to publish (as a publisher, vtr)
edel nagging (adj)
edifice building, edifice (sb)
edifie build, edify (vtr)
Edinburg Edinburgh (npr)
edont fang ( sb)
education education (sb)
eent (they) were (durative past tense)
eet (he/she/it) was (durative past tense)
effec to result in
effect effect (sb)
effective effective (adj)
effeminat effeminate (adj)
effervescence excitement (sb)
efficient efficient
effigie effigy (sb)
effrenat frenetic, unchained (adj)
effusion effusion (sb)
eflatun magenta (adj)
egal equal
egalasc + dative = match (vtr)
egalisation payghen equalization payment
egalt rattle (toy; sb)
eger assuming that
eghel fir ( sm )
egher inland sea ( sb)
eghi hedgehog ( sm )
eghin mongoose (sf )
ego I (stressed personal pronoun; nominative)
egocentric egocentric, self-centred
egoiste selfish ( adj , sb)
egreck sheep pen (sm)
egris gooseberry
egyptologia egyptology
ehgv get drunk (vint)
ehngw anoint (vtr)
ei to him, to it; to the (dative singular masculine & neutral)
eiber tusk (sb)
eid provided that
eiderdaun eiderdown (of eider feathers)
eih go (vint)
eins sword ( sb)
Eirean Irish ( sb, adj)
eiskw to seek, to intend, to want (vtr)
eiskwmen deliberate (adj )
eiv yew (sb)
ek harrow (sf )
ekara glide (sb)
ekw horse ( sb)
ekwenagen horserace (sb)
ekwenerce horsepower (750 watt)
ekwin equine
ekwo male horse
ekwomandu horse breeder ( sb )
ekwot mounted (on horse) (adj)
el he/she/it; the (personal pronoun & definite article undetermined singul
ar nominative & accusative)
El Gisa Giza ( npr )
El Kahira Cairo ( npr )
El Kayda Al- Qaeda
ela darning needle (sb)
elan run-up, momentum, surge (sb)
se elan to dash, to hurl oneself
elangver alert, brisk, lively (adj)
elastomer elastomer
Elbrus Elbrus (npr)
Elea Velia
elect elected (politics); the One (Matrix)
electorat voters (splu)
electric arc electric arc
electric capacitat electric capacity (sb)
electric lantern flashlight (sb )
electricitat electricity (sb)
electrise to electrify (vtr; incl. "to excite")
electrocardiogramme electrocardiogram
electrode electrode
electroencephalographia electroencephalogram (sb)
electromot force electromotive force (sb)
electronic monete electronic cash
electronique electronics (sb)
eleg [elEg] = elect (vtr)
elegia elegy (sb)
eleih bend ( vtr )
elein elk, moose (sb)
eleinwobhel stag beetle
Elektra Electra (npr)
elembh fawn (animal, sb)
element element (sb)
elephant elephant (sb)
eleun juniper (sb)
Eleusis Eleusis (npr)
Elias Elijah
elimine to eliminate
Elisabeth os England Elizabeth of England (npr)
elkos ulcer (sb)
ellipse ellipsis
elliptic elliptic (adj)
eln (animal's) child (sb)
Elsaisser Alsatian (sb)
elsaissisch Alsatian (adj.)
Elsas Alsace
El Salvador El Salvador
elu dull red (adj)
elucide elucidate (vtr)
em take (vtr; fig. ex: the train, a pill...); of (before undetermined plur
al noun; prep)
emaciat emaciated (adj)
emancipation emancipation
Emanuel Emanuel
emayl enamel (glass)
emballage packaging (sb)
embalsem embalm (vtr)
embarasse embarrassment ( sb)
embaudh to embed
embeusk + acc. = to ambush
emblematic emblematic (adj)
embleme emblem ( sb)
embonpoint embonpoint (sb)
emborb to stick in the mud
embraned to set ablaze (vtr)
embras past participle and past tense of embraned
embryo embryo (sb)
embryonal stammcell embryonic stem cell
embusk ambush (sb)
emel (clothes) moth (sb)
emerg to emerge
emergencia (sing) = emergencies (medical, splu)
emergent mercats emerging markets
emigrant emigrant (sb)
eminence knoll (sb)
eminent eminent (adj)
emitt to emit (vtr)
empathia empathy
empedise clutter, hamper (vtr)
empel strand (sb) (of thread)
emphyteuse emphyteutic lease (sb)
emphyteutic emphyteutic (adj )
empi stinging insect (sb)
empirisme empiricism (sb)
employ employment ( sb) (work )
empor warehouse ( sb; to store goods)
emporbater packer (sb)
emporion wabig store (sb)
empraxise to put into practice ( vtr )
empug past tense of empuneg
empuneg grab (vtr )
empusa conehead mantis (sb)
empyr empyrean (sb)
emsit (he/she/it) took (fig; past tense)
emu emu
emulator emulator
en + acc. = here is/are
enbrehgen burglary (sb )
encasse collect, cash (vtr )
encephalitis encephalitis (sb)
enchante enchant, spellbind (vtr) (magic)
enclave enclave
encouragement encouragement
encramp to cramp, restrict ( vtr )
end end (sb & vtr/int )
endemeur to enjoin, order (someone) ( vtr )
ender beneath, underneath
enderbosc underbrush (sb)
enderbrinegh to give shelter to
enderdeh subordinate (vtr) (someone)
enderdeil spare part (sb); to compartmentalize (vtr)
enderdien at the bottom (adv. ex . mine )
enderghend to undertake
enderghom subsoil (sb) (geology )
enderghomwedernt phreatic water table (sb)
endergrund underground (adj); basement ( sb ) (building)
endergumt refuge, lodging ( sb )
endergwehm to take refuge (vint)
enderkeih underlie (vtr)
enderkweit distinguish, make out (vtr)
endermerg [endërmErg] = disappear (vtr) (Fig. into the crowd)
endermine undermine (vtr)
endermund underworld (sb)
enderrissem (drawing) sketch (sb)
endersedd ghom = to huddle up (vint)
endersigne undersign (vtr)
endersok auscultate (vtr)
endertrehm to tremble, to shake slightly
endeigh dyke up (vtr)
endighom to inter (vtr)
endo towards to the interior of (prep)
endocrin systeme endocrine system (sb)
endoscopia endoscopy
endra (splu) = Netherworld (sing)
endu (endù) = to dress, to wear on, to take on, to endow (vtr)
endurance endurance (adj)
endure endure, bear (vtr)
eneb hub (sb)
ener (t)here it is that...
energetic energy, energy-giving (adj.)
enfall to come to mind (idea = nom.; person = dative)
enfeurn to put into an oven
engage to engage
engagement engagement, committment
engarde ! on guard !
engarg frighten (vtr )
engharth enshrine ( vtr )
engheulf rush ( vint )
enghistra fishing line (sb)
England England ( npr )
englisch English (sb & adj )
englisch horn english horn (sb)
engrenage chain (fig., involvement; sb)
engu swelling (sb )
engwen groin ( sb )
engweu to puff up (vint)
engwuhen to bloat (vtr)
engwn along (prep)
enhang hang up ( vtr ) (phone )
eni within (adv & prep)
enigma enigma (sb)
enigmatica puzzle, brain teaser (sb)
enleuc to shed light on
enleur to engage a mechanism (vtr)
se enlieubh in/med = to fall in love with
enliste in = enlist in (vint)
enmercatnotes release notes (computing)
se enneus to shove one s nose
Enoch Enoch (npr)
enod here is that + sentence
enokw face (sb)
enorm enormous, huge (adj)
Enosh Enosh (npr)
enover to implement
enpace peaceful, quiet (adj )
enquete survey, inquiry (sb)
en route en route (adv)
ensan human being, human person (sb)
enschalt to switch on (vtr)
enscol to provide with schooling (vtr)
ensein war cry (sb)
ensemble ensemble (sb)
ensmed this/that is how...
ensorb sniff (vtr )
ensrov plug in (vtr)
entablement entablature (sb)
entente entente
enthusiast enthusiastic (adj)
entitat entity ( sb)
entonar strike up ( vtr ) (song )
entorgue market (vtr)
entracte intervall (during a show; sb)
entrat entrance (sb)
entre to enter
entrecote entrecôte
entree first course, starter (meal)
entrepreneur entrepreneur
entrepreneurial entrepreneurial
entreprined undertake (vtr)
entreprise enterprise (sb)
entresol cupboard under the stairs (sb)
entretein to entertain (vtr)
entrim in the meantime (adv); I entered
entropia entropy
enunce to express (ex: an idea; vtr)
envie envy (sb)
envoyeit envoyee
enwoghle annoy, pester (vtr)
enzyme enzyme (sb)
ep on (can turn to ef before h )
ep id grem on one s knees
ep sien roig in one s turn
epagneul spaniel (sb)
epaulette epaulette ( sb)
epheb ephebos (sb)
ephemer ephemeral (adj)
Ephesos Ephesus
ephor ephor
Ephraym Ephraim (npr)
epic epic ( adj)
Epidavros Epidaurus ( npr )
epidemia epidemic (sb)
epigramme epigram (sb)
Epiktet Epictetus
epikwrey epicurean
Epikwros Epicurus (npr)
epilation depilation (sb)
Epirus Epirus
Episcopat bishopric (sb)
episkep bishop ( sb)
epistel epistle (sb)
epitaph epitaph (sb)
epitrakhile stole ( sb)
epizootia epizootic (sb)
epkeih to surmount, to top
epoin evening (gathering; sb)
epop hoopoe (sb)
epos epic ( sb )
eptemmen start ( vtr )
epter just over (ex clothes; prep )
epterroll to run over (with a vehicle, vtr)
epterwehgh to run over (with a vehicle, vtr)
equation equation
equator equator (sb)
equiliber balance (sb); to equilibrate (vtr)
equilibristique equilibristics
equinoxe equinox; equinoxen precession = axial precession
equipement equipment (sb)
equivalent equivalent, tantamount (adj & sb)
er past tense of erem
Era iom Aunstehgens Age of Discovery
Erasmus Erasmus (npr)
Ercolano Ercalano, Herculaneum
ereb deer (in general; sb)
erem to row
ereudh blush, turn red (vtr/vint) (subject = person)
ereudhmen acne rosacea (sb) (on skin)
ereug belch (vtr)
ereup erupt (vint)
ergh to get (someone) wound up
ergv pea (sb)
eribh kid (goat, sb)
Erik is Rudh Erik the Red (npr)
Erin Ireland (npr)
eristique eristic (sb)
erk tick (acarian, sb)
erkw to be radiant
erm oar (sb)
ermitage hermitage (sb)
ermite hermit (sb)
ernu tournament, competition (sb)
eroud colored (adj) (face)
eroudh ruddy (adj)
erre err; deviate, wander (vint)
error error (sb)
ersen male (adj, sb; especially when referring to animals)
erter rower (sb)
erudition erudition (sb)
erule hérulo
ervisk ervian (Dragon Warrriors; adj)
erysipel erysipelas (sb)
erythrocyte red blood cell (sb)
es (thou) art, (you) are; of (undetermined singular genitif)
esber by heart
escalade climb (fig. vint)
escalation escalation
escapade escapade, lark (sb)
escorte escort (sb)
esdi even if
esen been
esiet (he/she/it) would be
esmer olive greenish, sallow
esnaf corporate ( adj ), member of a corporation (sb)
esont past (adj; = not to happen again)
esor wife (sb)
esoterisme esoterism
espalier espalier (sb)
Espania Spain (npr)
espaniol Spanish, Spaniard; espaniol baut = half-boot
esplanade esplanade (sb)
essai essay (sb)
essential essential (adj)
est is; been
esta until
ester sturgeon (sb)
esthetic aesthetical (adj)
estime estimate ( vtr )
estocade mortal impalement (with a weapon; sb)
etage floor (of building; sb)
etape stage, stopover point (sb)
etat budget ( sb)
eten kernel (sb)
Eteocles Eteocles (npr)
ethanol ethanol
ether ether (sb)
etheric ethereal (adj)
ethique ethics
ethnic puwen ethnic cleansing (fig.)
eti moreover (adv)
etiandem embellishment (sb)
etibehd to go up (bid)
eticrehsc to increase further (a price)
etileikw to be left (rest; vint)
etiloikwa (plu.) = remains, relics, remnants
etimleu to go further (in a dialogue)
etilogia etiology
etiquette etiquette (protocol; sb)
etiweiken overpopulation (sb)
Etruria Etruria (npr)
Etrusk Etruscan (adj , sb )
etster ester (sb)
etude étude (art; sb)
euanghelio Gospel ( sb)
euc learn (vtr )
eucalyptus eucalyptus (sb)
eucharistie eucharist
Euclid Euclid (npr)
Euhemer Evhemerus ( npr )
eul hoot, ululate (vint)
eulg fade, wilt (vint)
eunuch eunuch (sb)
euphonium euphonium
eurehp set ( vint) (celestial bodies)
Euripides Euripides ( npr )
eurng grumble ( vtr )
Europa Europa (mythology ; sb)
europay European (adj & sb)
Europe Europe (continent, npr)
eurp to mend (vtr)
Eurydike Eurydice ( npr )
Eurystheus Eurystheus
Euskadi Pays Basque
euskal Basque
eust east (sb)
evacuation evacuation ( sb)
evacue to evacuate (vtr)
se evad to escape (from jail)
evangelical evangelical ( Christian movement ) (adj )
Eve Eve ( npr )
eventual possible (adj)
evidence evidence (sb)
evident obvious, evident
evolv evolve
evoque evoke (vtr)
Evvia Euboea
ewo grandfather (sb)
ex out of (prep)
exacerbe exacerbate (vtr)
exact exact (adj)
exagere exaggerate (vtr)
exaltation exaltation (sb)
exalte exalte (vtr)
examen review, examination (sb)
examine examinate (vtr)
exasperat exasperated (adj)
exaulice motorway exit (sb)
exbehr utter (vtr)
excavation excavation (sb)
exceddent surplus (adj. & sb)
excellent (adj) excellent
excentric fanciful, eccentric (adj )
exchange exchange (sb & vtr)
excitation excitation
excite excite (vtr)
exclame to exclaim
exclarat enlightened (adj. fig., mind)
exclihen dodge (vtr)
excommunie excommunicate (vtr)
excrehscence outgrowth (sb)
excursion tour (visit; sb)
excuse excuse (sb & vtr)
exdehsa exposure (ritual abandonment of a child; sb)
exdighom to unearth (vtr)
execrable execrable (adj)
execut to execute
exempel example (sb)
exemplar exemplary (adj); copy, example (sb)
exerce to exercise (vtr)
exercice exercise (sb)
exgheu to give vent to
exgleih to laugh in the face of (+ acc.)
exgventer rip (vtr)
exhalation exhalation (sb)
exhale exhale (vtr)
exhaus to dry up (vtr)
exhaust (& exhausen) = exhausted ( adj)
exhaustive exhaustive (adj)
exhorte urge (vtr)
exile exile (sb)
exist exist
existence existence (sb)
exit exit (sb)
exo outside (adv)
exobeidmen subcontractor (sb)
exoboidos outsourcing, subcontracting (sb)
exodus exodus (sb)
exomide exomis (sb)
exorbitant extravagant (adj)
exorcisme exorcism (sb)
expatriat expatriat (sb; adj.)
expedient expedient (sb)
expedise to clear, unclog, unblock (vtr)
experience experience (sb)
experiment experiment (sb)
expert expert (adj. & sb)
expertise survey (vtr )
expire expire (vtr )
explicit explicit (adj)
explie explain (vtr)
exploit exploit, feat (sb)
explorator explorer (sb)
expo (exposition) = exhibition (ex: art)
expon present tense base of « exposen »
exponent exponent ( sb , mathematics )
exposen expose ( vtr )
exposit exhibit ( sb )
exposition exposition
express express (expressly; adj)
express train express train
expressem to express (vtr)
expression expression (sb )
exproprye to expropriate (vtr)
exraudh uproot, eradicate (vtr)
exspand rapid expansion (sb)
exspecte expect (vtr)
exspectet jumiung life expectancy (sb)
exsteigh to disembark (vint)
exstirpe remove (vtr )
extase ecstasy ( sb)
extatic ecstatic (adj )
extend extend (vtr)
extense extense
exter outside (of)
exteradet unusual (adj)
exterdeil decompartmentalize
exterdohbro incongruous (adj)
exterhonn deign (vtr)
extermeid excessively (adv)
exterpardon unforgivable ( adj )
extinctor fire extinguisher
exting to extinguish
extos from outside
extract extract (sb)
extraordinar extraordinary (adj)
extraterran extraterrestrial
extravagant extravagant (adj)
extrehp divert (vtr)
extreme extreme
extremiste extremist
extro to outside
extuned to knock out
exuberant exuberant (adj)
exude exude ( vtr )
exultation exultation (sb)
eyasch offhand (adj , fig )
eyg ice needle
eys his
eyso his (before masculine or neutral singular noun in nominative or accusati
eyvan iwan (sb)
Ezechiel Ezechiel (npr)
fabric factory (sb)
fabricat make, product (sb)
fabricature manufacturing industry
fabule fable (sb)
fabuleus fabulous (adj)
face to face (vtr), facing (prep.)
facet bevel ( sb)
facette facet ( sb )
facil easy (adj)
facit outcome, toll (sb)
fact fact (sb)
factieus factious
factorie trading post (sb)
facture invoice ( sb)
facultat faculty (university; sb)
facultative optional (adj)
fade insipid, tasteless, dull (adj)
fagot bassoon (sb)
faham understand (vtr)
fait-divers (sing) = news stories (splu)
fajer daybreak (sb)
fajita fajita (sb)
fakel (flaming) torch (sb)
fakhwehrg timber framing (sb)
falakhwn sling (weapon, sb)
falg (lying) fallow (sb)
falk falcon ( sb)
fall to fall; case (situation); judgment (of a major court)
fallacieus fallacious (adj)
falldaun halyard
fallsater guillotine's blade (sb)
se fallsisen slump (vint)
fals false ( adj )
falsetto falsetto ( sb)
falsgleih to laugh on the other side of one s face
falskast to money-launder
falsmonetar (money) forger
fals prophet false prophet
faltern nettle (sb)
falv fawn (adj)
fameus famous ( adj)
familia family (sb)
familial koimdeughen family reunification
familiar familiar (adj)
famine famine (sb)
fanar street lamp/light (sb)
fanera plywood
fanfare brass band, fanfare
fania pennant (sb)
fanica fanega (sb)
fantasia fantasy
fantasmagoria phantasmagoria (sb)
fantasme fantasy (sb)
fanti jack, knave ( sb) ( card game)
fanus luminous commercial sign
fanzow navigate (vint)
FAQ (frequent-ye anacta questions) = FAQ
farad farad (sb)
faragi full body veil (sb)
farakhat leisure (sb)
farasch sweeping shovel (sb)
farce farce, joke (sb)
fareb deceit ( sb)
farebie to cheat
farfadet farfadet (sb)
farfalak chatterbox (fig) (sb)
farfar gossipy, talkative (adj)
farj ravine ( sb )
farm farm (sb)
farman order (in council; sb)
farmpact farm (revenue leasing), tenant farming (sb)
farn fern (sb)
farou exercise-book cover (sb)
Fas Fes (city of Morocco; npr); auspicious (adj)
fasc beam, bundle (sb)
fascine fascinate (vtr)
fasciste fasciste (adj)
fasd bleeding (sb)
fassade façade ( sb)
fassic wanton ( adj )
fassih current ( adj) ( language )
fassol bean ( sb )
fast fast ( sb )
fastidieus tedious ( adj)
fat fatal destiny (sb)
fatal fatal (adj)
fataliste fatalistic (adj , sb)
fatidic fatal ( adj )
faukh to growl (vint)
faul cowardly ( adj )
fault fault ( sb) ( failure)
faultic at fault ( adj )
faun faun ( sb)
fauna wildlife (sb)
faungmoen + acc. = to pay a visit to
fauran immediately ( adv )
fauric immediate ( adj )
favor favour (sb)
favorise to favour
favorite favorite (adj )
fawngdiaschau real property ( adj , sb)
fawngdien (electrical) discharge (sb)
fawngtawng debauchery (sb)
fax fax
fayance faience (sb)
faydh quarrel ( sb & vint)
fayer to fire
fayl mislead (vtr )
fayn fine (adj ) ( elegant)
fayront end of working day
fayssal decision, adjudication; to rule (take a decision)
fazaa dismay (sb)
feber fever (sb)
febreus feverish ( adj )
febrile febrile ( adj)
februar February (sb)
fecunditat fertility (sb)
fedora fedora hat (sb)
fee fairy (sb)
feerie enchantment, extravanganza
fehkht to fence (swords)
feig cowardly (adj)
fel foil; slice (sb)
feldmarschal Field-Marshal ( sb)
felicitat bliss ( sb )
felid felid (adj , sb )
Felikismos Annos ! Happy New Year !
feline feline ( adj , sb )
felna (wheel) rim ( sb )
felon traitor (in feodality, sb)
felonia treason (in feodality, sb)
felter felt (sb )
feminin feminine, female (adj)
fenn heath (terrain; sb)
fenster window (sb)
ferfac to commit (a delict)
Fergana Fergana
ferian holiday-maker (sb)
ferias holidays
feriassalair paid holiday
fermata fermata (music; sb)
ferment ferment (sb)
fermente to ferment
ferquid double penalty
ferromanganese ferromanganese
ferry ferry (sb)
ferschluss shutter (sb) (optics)
fertile fertile (adj)
fertilisant fertilizer (adj. & sb)
fertilitatsratio fertility rate
ferume crumb (sb)
fervent fervent (adj)
ferye to have holidays (vint)
ferz queen (chess game; sb)
fest fest (sb)
festdien holiday ( sb)
festin feast, banquet (sb)
feston scallop, festoon (vtr); festoon (sb)
feta feta (sb)
fetid stinking (adj )
feudalisme feudalism
feug flee (vtr)
feugnic runaway (adj & sb; somebody who flees )
feurl furl ( vtr )
Feuroya ( splu ) = Faroe Islands ( splu )
feuylton (literature) serial (sb)
fez fez (sb)
fiaker (horse-drawn) cab
fiancee fiancee (sb); to betroth (sb)
fiatdenars (splu.) = fiat money
fiber fiber (sb)
fict to clot, to make stiff (vtr)
fictice ficticious (adj)
fid faith ( sb )
fidayi devoted (adj)
fider believer (sb)
fidess (sing ) = vermicelli ( splu )
fidren farthing (sb) ( Hobbits)
fief fief ( sb)
fiell past tense of fall
fieydh past tense of faydh
fieyer past tense of fayer
fieyl past tense of fayl
fig present tense base of fineg
figurat figurative (adj)
figure figure (sb)
fiker figure (vint)
fikrav imaginative (adj)
fil ivory item (sb); [el fil] bishop (chess; sb)
filan so & so
fildische elephant tusk
filete fillet (food)
filiale subsidiary company
filibustier filibuster (adj & sb)
Filippo de Neri Philip Neri ( npr )
filise vine shoot
fillon cork (wood; sb)
film film, movie (sb)
filmcamera movie camera
filtrakh stillsuit (sb) (Dune)
fin end (sb) (something final, definitive )
finance finance
financial financial (adj)
financier financier (sb)
finct dummy (sport)
find present tense base of finesd
fineg pretend ( vtr )
fineih to finish
finesd split ( vtr )
fingher to fiddle with
fingher finger (sb)
finnugher finno-ugric (adj. & sb)
firasat face, general outlook (sb)
firida niche (sb)
firma firm (enterprise, includiinf "law firm"; sb)
firmament firmament (sb)
firmware firmware (sb)
firscha brush (for sweeping; sb)
firsche to sweep
firtina gust (of wind); burst (of gunfire)
fiscal Attorney-General, Prosecutor-General (sb); fiscal (adj); fiscal evasion
= tax evasion; fiscal multiplicator = fiscal multiplier; fiscal paradays = tax
fiss past participle and past tense of finesd
fissih running ( adj ) (fig )
fistic pistacia (sb)
fit fit (adj)
fitil wick, fuse
fitness fitness ( sb)
fiull heating oil ( sb)
fiulltank fuel tank ( sb )
fix fixed, set
fixe to fix (steadily) (vtr)
fiz viez (sb)
flag flag (sb)
flagnav flagship (sb)
flagrant blatant (adj )
in flagranti delicto in flagrante delicto
flamboyment blaze (sb)
flaming Fleming (sb)
flamingo flamingo (sb)
flamme flame (sb)
Flandren Flanders (sb )
flanela flannel (sb)
flank flank
flask flask ( sb)
flasken flagon ( sb)
flatter flatter (vtr )
flatterie flattery (sb)
flau blurred (adj)
flayer flyer (document; sb)
flaydor mottling, combing (sb)
flect bend (vtr )
flehen whine (vint)
flemisch flemish (adj)
fleurt flirt
flibustier filibuster
flicker flicker (vint)
flietter past tense of flatter
flint flint (sb )
flise paving stone
flisenplor paving (sb)
flitter speck, fleck, spangle (sb)
flocken flake ( sb )
flor flower (sb )
Florence Florence ( npr )
florentin Florentine ( adj , sb)
florette floweret (sb)
florin guilder ( currency ) ( sb)
floriste florist (sb)
flott float (vint)
flotille flotilla
flottluce (stage) lighting instrument (sb)
flu flu (sb)
fluctuation fluctuation
fluid fluid (adj , sb)
fluor fluorine (sb)
flurt past tense of "fleurt"
flute flute (sb)
flutelik fluty (adj)
flutmot tidal (moved by the tide)
flutt flood, high tide (sb)
fluttschiau flood tide
fluv river (that goes to the sea)
fluvial fluvial
flux flux (sb)
fluyer reed-pipe (sb)
flyghel wing ( sb) (of a building )
flyghelhorn flugelhorn (sb)
focus focus ( sb) (optical )
fodd dig (vtr )
fodder food ( for animals ) ( sb)
fogel fowl ( sb)
foh pitch up ( vpr )
foie-gras foie gras (sb)
folk people, folk (sb) (ethnicity)
Folkenmigrations Migrations Period (History)
foll mad, crazy, insane (adj)
follia madness (sb); Follia Lauden = "The Praise of Folly" (Erasmus)
follmat fool s mate (chess; sb)
folossie to use
fondant fondant ( pastry ) ( sb)
fontan fountain (sb)
football football (sb, soccer)
for by far (meaning "too much, very")
se forakwten protie(v) / contra = to set oneself against
forbann banish (vtr)
forbehd to forbid, ban (vtr)
force force (sb); force demonstration = show of force
forduil turn to dust (vint)
forel trout ( sb)
forest forest (sb)
forestal forest (adj)
forfac to commit (a mischief)
forfact mischief, delict (sb)
forge forge ( vtr )
forglehmer to get stuck (in mud; vint)
forgleimer to stick (in mud; vtr)
forhonn to ridicule (vtr)
se forilay giggle (vint)
se forkheuld to get a chill (vint)
forlav fade (through washing) ( vtr )
forleus to lose (one s pursuers; vtr)
forlonct lenghty (adj)
forlyehg to mislay (vtr)
format format (sb)
forme form (sb & vtr) & train (vtr)
formell formal, positive (adj)
formica laminate (sb)
Formule Oin Formula One
formulire form (paper; sb)
forpall (& forpallid) = shop-soiled (adj)
se forprehp to fail, malfunction
forscinesd to make low-necked, indented
forskehpt become foreclosed (vint)
forslug past tense of forsluneg
forsluneg hiccup (vint)
forslung hiccup ( sb)
se forsorb to choke (vint)
forstehlb to protrude
forswehnd to fade away
forsyrat thrashing, racing (sb)
fort fort (military; sb)
fortaste to fumble
fortrag to extricate
fortrehc to depart, to go off
fortuitous accidental (adj )
Fortunat Insules Islands of the Blest
fortune fortune (sb)
forwehgh carry off course (vtr) (vehicle)
forwehs to mislay (vtr)
fossil fossil (adj. & sb)
fossil wed fosssil water (sb)
foster foster, boost ( vtr )
foteuyl armchair (sb)
fourrage forage (sb ; plant )
foyeir foyer, club house (sb)
fra (& frater) = brother (sb) ( monk )
fraction fraction
fracture fracture (sb)
frad grimace (sb) & grin (vint)
fragil fragile (adj)
frain brake (other than automobiles)
France France (npr)
franceois French (adj & sb)
Francesco os Assisi Francis of Assisi (npr)
franchiseit franchise-holder
francolin francolin (sb )
frange fringe ( sb)
frank frank ( adj)
frankeih to frank, to enfranchise, to free
Frankenrig Francia
Frankfurt Frankfurt (npr)
frankisch Frankish, Franconian (when refering to languages)
frankrisk excess (in insurances; sb)
fraud fraud (sb)
fraum frame (sb)
fraumbar scrollbar
frect freight (sb)
fregate frigate (sb)
frehs freeze (vint & vtr)
freih to fry
frenitic frenetic (adj)
frenitis frenzy ( sb)
frequent frequent ( adj )
fresch fresh ( adj ) ( recent )
freschia freshness (sb)
frette fret
frid ringtone (sb)
fried past tense of frad
Friedrich os Preussen Frederick of Prussia (npr)
frih past tense of freih
Frilance (& frilancer) = freelance (adj. & sb )
fringant dashing ( adj )
frinolt big feed, blowout (sb)
frise frieze (sb)
frites chips (French fries; splu )
friture frying (sb)
Friul Friuli (npr)
friulan friulian (adj & sb)
frock frock (church garment)
frohs past tense of frehs
frolic playful (adj)
fronde frond (sb) (plant)
front front (sb)
frontasch ringleader (sb)
frontdeck foredeck (sb)
frontispice frontispiece, title page
fronton pediment
frontpage frontpage (sb)
frontstieupens ( splu ) = steps (to the entrance of a building; splu )
fructueus fruitful, profitable ( adj)
frugal frugal (adj)
fruit fruit ( sb)
frustration frustration
fsu pawn ( sb)
ftas to rise (ex dough; vint)
fudulluk conceitedness, smugness ( sb )
fug flight (escape; sb); past tense of feug
fugace fleeting ( adj)
fugade stampede ( sb)
fughian pumice stone ( sb)
fugitive fugitive ( adj , sb)
fujat sudden ( adj)
fujatan suddenly (adv)
fulan soandso
fulk felucca (sb)
fullback fullback (football; sb)
funambule tightrope walker (sb & adj)
function function (sb)
functional functional (adj)
functionment functioning ( sb)
fund funds ( sb)
fundal real estate (adj )
fundar to cast anchor
fundwk accommodation (sb; lodging)
funed to merge (vint, to bring together)
fungjin rubella, German measles (sb)
fur thief (sb)
furett ferret (sb)
furkan salvation (sb)
furketa (hair) slide (sb)
furl past tense of feurl
furn oven (sb)
furnace furnace ( sb)
furniture supply (sb)
furor fury ( sb)
furuncule boil, furuncle ( sb )
fuschiou to submit to (surrender)
fuschwian accessories (adj, splu)
fuselage fuselage (sb)
fusion fusion, merger (sb)
fusional inflectional (adj; language)
fusnote footnote
fussuma sliding panel (in houses)
fustan skirt (sb)
futil frivolous ( adj)
futliar box, case (sb)
futra jamb, chimb (sb)
futro fur coat
futur future (adj)
future future (sb)
fwenghyu wind and rain
fwenschaw to arson
fwenyun jumble, muddle (sb)
gaban overcoat (sb) (mantle)
gabarit envelope (architecture, sb)
gablak forked (adj)
gada mace (weapon, sb)
gadab convenient, handy (adj)
gadabeih to fit out/ub (vtr)
gadarene Gadarene (adj & sb)
gaddar treacherous
gaddaria treachery ( sb)
gadget gadget (sb)
Gadir Gades (npr)
gadrab rubble (sb); crumble
gadraukhtos soldiery (sb)
gaelic gaelic (adj. & sb)
gafrot burdock s burr
gagauz gagauz
gage token (sb) (guarantee)
gagnwan to bear a grudge on
gahab spare ( vtr ) (an enemy )
gahack mince (sb )
gahag bocage (sb)
gahang (sing) = gallows ( splu)
gaharu fragrant wood (sb)
gai gay (homosexual; adj & sb)
gain present tense base of gaissen
gairb display , composition ( sb) ; arms ( splu )
gairn of goodwill ( adv )
gaissen win, gain ( vtr ) ( win, harvest )
gaivia region, land ( sb)
gaiviaspoti mayor ( sb ) (in the Shire of Hobbits)
gajka nut (for screws; sb)
gakowpos jumble, bunch (sb)
gakwi glutton ( sb ) (fig )
gala gala (sb)
galactic galactic ( adj )
galakt milk (all kinds of white liquid, sb)
galant gallant (adj)
galanterie courtsey (sb)
galat Galatian
galaxia galaxy (sb)
galeassa galeas (sb)
galecker good food ( sb )
galego Galician (of Spanish Galicia)
galender railing ( sb )
Galenos Galen ( npr )
galeon galeon (sb )
galeot galley slave (sb)
galera galley (sb)
galerie gallery (sb)
galeriegrabh passage grave (sb)
galge gauge (sb)
galgon piles (sb; sing. in Sambahsa)
Galicia Galicia (province of Spain)
galilay Galilean
Galilee Galilee (npr, Region of Palestine)
Galileo Galileo (Italian scientist)
gall rooster, cock (sb)
Gallia Gaul (npr; country)
gallic Gaulish (adj); Gaul (sb; inhabitant of Gaul)
gallmiliu Japanese barnyard millet
galvanise galvanize ( vtr )
gama toad ( sb)
gaman greedy ( adj)
gamasch gaiter ( sb )
gamayd boor (sb)
gambit trip, leg lock; gambit (sb)
gamejos grub (eating; sb)
gamelan gamelan (sb)
gamelle cookset (sb)
gamete gamete (sb)
Gamorah Gomorrah (npr)
ganab turmoil (sb)
gandhivadi gandhian (adj & sb)
gandighi mess ( sb ) (fig)
gandoum wheat flour (sb)
gandul lazy ( sb; adj )
ganeis to recover (one s health)
ganga gangue (sb)
gangal roll of wire (sb)
Ganges Ganges (sb)
gangrene gangrene ( sb)
gangrenise to gangrene
gankji dry season
Ganymede Ganymede (npr)
gao ladle ( sb)
gapack luggage (sb)
garabat scribble, scrawl (vtr)
garage garage
garagenpasar garage sale (fig., sb)
garait plight, pickle (sb)
garantie guarantee (sb & vtr)
garb spray, sheaf (sb)
garbi drizzle ( sb)
garcioniere bachelor flat ( sb)
garden garden ( sb)
gardenreuyd market gardening (sb)
gardisch vagrancy (sb)
gardrobe wardrobe (sb)
garey dog s tooth grass (sb)
garg terror, scariness (sb)
garguyl gargoyle (sb)
garid shrimp ( sb)
garnie to decorate, to fill
garnison garrison (sb)
garite sentry box
garniture (sing) = trimmings (splu)
garrot garrote; (medical) tourniquet
garson waiter ( sb )
garuy maize stem (sb)
garwi preparation (sb)
garwie furbish (vtr)
gas gas (sb)
gasall companion (sb; apprentice)
gasic gaseous (adj)
gaslimos (sing) = fillings (splu)
gasmehrkos foul smell
gasoduct gas pipeline
gason lawn turf (sb)
gaspedal gas pedal
gastall to employ, to hire
gastalt silhouette (sb)
gastangh framework (sb)
gastanker LNG carrier (sb)
gastieup flight of steps (stairs, sb)
gastrados maze of streets
gastrehlos shooting battle (sb)
gastrohl volley of shots
gastronom gastronome
Gatar Qatar (npr)
gateau big cake
gatolkos confab (sb)
gatov rigged (adj)
Gatschmanei Gethsemane ( npr )
gatva narrow street, alley
gatye dam ( sb)
gauta runny (adj ) ( non-viscous)
gavaz (sing) = antlers ( splu)
gawoun recipient (sb)
Gaya Gaia ( npr )
gaydh goat (sb , adj )
gays halberd (sb)
gayta bagpipe ( sb)
gaytan braid on dress
Gaza Gaza; Gaza strei = Gaza strip
gazd stick, staff (sb)
gazelle gazelle (sb)
gazette gazette (sb)
ge then (after personal pronoun; enclitic)
gehlb yellow (adj)
gehlbfeber yellow fever ( sb)
gehmbh to show one s teeth
gehn to father, create (vtr)
gehnghian bedrock
gehr to awake, wake up (vint)
geibh bandy, arched (adj)
geih to vainquish, to be victorious
geihdharma jainism (sb)
geir to bypass, to go around
geirwehnd make a face- to - tail (vtr )
gelee jelly (sb) (cooking)
gelepp drover
gelou sister-in-law
gelu freezing cold (sb)
Gemara Gemara
gemer sister s husband (sb)
gemme gem ( sb)
gen gene (sb )
gena Nature ( sb)
gencian gentian (sb)
gendarme gendarme ( sb)
gendel related (kin, category)
genealogic dru family tree (sb)
general general (adj, sb)
general-major major(-)general
generalissim generalissimo
generator generator (electric, sb)
genereus generous (adj)
Genesis Genesis (sb)
genetic ingenieurie genetic engineering
genial great, of genius (adj)
genie (sing) = genius (sb, person); the Engineers (splu; military corps)
genis of sorts (adj)
geniste broom shrub (sb)
Gennesar Gennesaret
genocide genocide
genos type, kind (sb)
genpian piece of paper
gensadpeurten (blood) filiation
genti line (family, sb)
gentile gentle, gentile (adj & sb)
gentleman gentleman (in modern times; sb)
genu knee (sb)
Genua Genoa (npr)
genuan Genoese (sb, adj)
genue to kneel down
genuin genuine (adj)
geolocalisation geolocation (sb)
geometer geometer, surveyor
geong palace-fortress (sb)
Georgos George (npr)
geothermia geothermal energy (sb)
gep pocket ( sb )
gepdenars (plu) = pocket money
geplampe flashlight (sb)
geranium geranium (sb)
gerasc to get old
gerbill gerbil
gerger dilapidated, decayed (adj)
germen germ (sb)
geront old man (sb)
geros old age (sb)
gerosdom retirement home
gesta chanson de geste
geste gesture ( sf)
gesticule gesticulate (vint)
geul ember ( sb)
geumper sweater (sb)
geus to taste (vtr)
geusmen palate ( sb ) ( anatomy)
gevat retort (sb )
geyser geyser ( sb)
ghab to understand (a fact, a situation)
ghabel (pitch)fork (sb )
ghaben gifted (adj )
ghaghel wild goose (sb)
ghalg wand ( sf )
ghalv skull (sm )
gham marriage (sb); to marry
ghang walk (vint & sb)
ghans goose ( sb)
ghapt gifted (adj )
gharn (& gharna) = gut ( sb)
ghat meet (vtr/vint )
ghatet skein, hank (sb)
ghaw wrong (adj )
ghawl tub (old ship !, sb)
ghawd to be delighted about, to rejoice (vtr; + acc.)
ghawsam the wrong way round
ghayt curl (sb)
ghebel gable, tree-top (sb)
ghebelslatte top purlin (sb)
ghedip ivy ( sb)
ghehd to be able to, can (vtr)
ghehld to be worth, to apply
ghehld tribute ( sb)
ghelgh gland (sb)
ghehng to spread, to open (one s legs)
ghehrd court, yard ( sb)
ghehrs bristle ( vpr )
ghei draft horse (sm )
gheid be thirsty of (vint) ( fig. )
gheigtel pledge ( sm ) ( guarantee )
gheih yawn (vint)
gheil chops (sf )
gheirs ruffle ( vtr )
gheischa geisha ( sf )
gheisd be speechless
ghel gall ( sb)
gheldschtraf fine ( sb )
gheleta pot, bucket ( sb)
ghelgh gland ( sb )
ghelon turtle ( sb)
gheloun gill (sb )
ghem low ( adj)
ghemia launch, lifeboat
ghem pressem low pressure
ghend take ( vtr ); grip, hold (sports, sb)
ghengher bran ( sb) ( cereal )
Ghenji Monogatari tale of Genji (sb)
ghens past participle & past tense of ghend
ghenstor trunk (sb) ( elephant)
gheram mad ( adj)
gherb notch (sb)
ghergheff tambourine sewing (sm )
gheridon pedestal table ( sb)
gherrilia guerrilla ( sb)
Gherschom Gershom (npr)
ghert dairy produce (sb)
gherzd barley (sb)
gherzdsuker barleysugar (sb)
ghes yesterday (adv)
gheslo thousand (vx.)
Gheslum Oina Nocts the Arabian Nights
ghesor handle (vtr) ; hand (sb; vx.)
ghestern of yesterday (adj)
gheu offer a sacrifice
gheumen libation ( sf )
gheus beggar, rogue ( sb)
gheuss to belch out (vtr)
gheutt to drip
ghevghir skimmer (sb)
ghevreck ring-shaped cake (sb)
ghi has no definite meaning, it often appears in second position in a claus
e and serves to emphasize the preceding word. It is sometimes suffixed to the pr
eceding adverb or pronoun. It can be translated as then , or as for , f.e.: Is ne kieup
id wogh, isghi ne hieb denars" = He didn t buy the car for he had no money .
ghianien rock salt ( sf )
ghianshiek rock ( sf )
ghid past tense of gheid
ghie ghee ( sb)
ghieb past tense of ghab
ghieng walked (past tense)
ghienzrien hieratic ( adj)
ghiesen harvest ( sb)
ghiet past tense of ghiet
ghieter enemy (adj.& sm )
ghieul carbonize (vint / tr )
ghiewd past tense of ghawd
ghigda thirst ( figuratively )
ghigilik nightcap (sb)
ghignon rotten luck (sb)
ghih past tense of gheih
ghilde guild ( sb)
ghim winter (sb)
ghimer young animal ( sb) (one winter-old)
ghiobeck belly dance (sf )
ghionkawn rape ( sb & vtr )
ghioulee ball ( sm ) ( gun)
ghir gear (sb), speed ( sb)
ghiri mountain forest
ghirs past tense of gheirs
ghirshajamat crewcut
ghisal hostage (sb)
ghisalkapen hostage-taking
ghisd past tense of gheisd
ghitarr (& ghitarra) = guitar (sb)
ghiton tunic, robe (sb)
ghiubeck ratatouille (sb)
ghiul coal (sb); past tense of ghieul
ghiulbunker hold, bunker (containing coal, on ships)
ghiulsitla coal pail
ghium can, flask, churn (sb)
ghiuruk hood, top (sb, for vehicle)
ghmiya terrestrial monster (sb)
ghnad nit (sb)
ghneih rub (vtr)
ghnu wildebeest (sb)
ghohd was/were able to
ghohld past tense of ghehld
ghohng past tense of ghehng
ghohrs past tense of ghehrs
ghom earth ( sb ); down; (adv; irregular comparative : niter)
ghomen earthy (adj , sm ) ( human inhabitant of the Earth )
ghomtro + accusative = down with... !
ghu past tense of gheu
ghutorium smelter (workplace, sb)
ghutt drop (sb); past tense of gheutt ; "id ghutt, quod upertrahnt id wedsaat" =
"the straw, that broke the camel's back"
ghyah to gape
ghyahsa gap ( sb)
ghyalir unfortunate (adj)
ghyamen pit (sb)
ghyamenviper pit-viper (sb)
ghyan open (vtr)
ghyanen code open source
ghyanendwer (dien) = "Open House (day)"
ghyanu jaw (sb)
ghyanue biting (vtr )
ghyehl yell (vint)
ghyien opened (past tense)
ghyohl past tense of ghyehl
ghyor (& ghyora) = mountain (sb); Ghyor ios Baytel = Temple Mount (Jerusalem)
ghyorpasse mountain pass
ghyorworts upstream (adv)
giaga heartburn (sb)
giam (window)pane (sb)
giambase horse dealer ( sb)
gian cheek ( sb )
gianost cheekbone ( sf )
gianter son in-law (sb)
gib hunchback ( adj )
gibaku suicide attack
gielwk (blood)leech (sb)
gienxin cash (money, adj)
gieu chew (vtr)
gieumen (chewing) quid
gieuter champ (vtr)
Gilgamesh Gilgamesh (npr)
gigant giant ( sb )
gigantesk gigantic ( adj )
gigantkwekwl Ferris wheel (sb)
gigar arum ( sb)
gigh jig ( sb)
gih past tense of geih
Gihon Gihon (Eden, npr)
giki china ware ( sb )
Gilead Gilead (npr)
ginchu lipstick (sb)
ginkgo fginkgo (sb)
ginseng ginseng ( sb)
ginter yellow amber
gintou flooded, inundated (adj )
giokien (sing ) = terms (conditions )
giow remove (vtr )
gir past tense of geir
giraf giraffe ( sf )
girotransfer transfer (bank; sm)
gischien earthquake (sb)
giu past tense of gieu
giughin delight ( vtr )
giumbusch joy (sb)
giung junk (sb)
Giungkwok "The Middle Kingdom" (alternative name of China)
giutan rug (sb)
giutayo hitch, snag (sb)
gixia underground (adj)
gixia (& gixiadau) = underground (sb)
gjankiau gateway (sf )
gjashels hypothesis, eventuality
gjia shelf, rack (sb)
gjian distress (sf )
gjiaungsian inlay (vtr )
gjuchien describe in detail ( vtr )
gjugni military physician
gjunki (kind of Eastern) flag (sb)
gjunrjien serviceman ( sb )
glab to embrace (vtr)
gladiol gladiolus (sb)
glah acorn (sb)
glamour glamour
glan glean (vtr)
glanez glance (sb. & vint)
glas glass (sb)
glasacryl plexiglas (sb)
glasic vitreous (adj)
glast pastel (sb)
glastra flowerpot
glaswuln (glaswulna) = glass wool
glat to iron (vtr; linen); smooth (adj )
glau full moon
glaugh copper (sb)
glaughbukin (glaughbukina) = brass (music instrument)
glauwer lump (in sauce, flour)
glawgv blue-green
glaz past tense of glanez
glebe glebe (sf )
gleg ogle (vtr ) (! )
glegules goggles (splu.)
glehdj ice (sb)
glehdjaiwo Ice Age (sb)
glehdjbenk pack-ice (sb)
glehdjbrehg ice-breaker (vessel)
glehdjer glacier (sb)
glehdjic icy, chilly (adj)
glehdjice (black) ice (sb)
glehdjpickel ice-axe ( sb)
glehm to climb (vtr )
glehmb do to cling to ( vpr )
glehmber to haul oneself, to clamber
glehmer to stick together (vint)
gleibh to be stuck
gleih to laugh
gleim glue (sb) & stick (vtr)
gleimen laughter (sb)
gleitue ridicule (vtr)
glend green (adj)
glendcepel welsh onion (sb)
glendia greenery, verdure (sb)
glendrewos open space, green area (sb)
glesen ankle (sb)
glest blaze, blazing inferno (sb)
gleub cut out, prune (vtr)
glewos (& gleus) = fun (sb)
gli dormouse (sb)
glieb past tense of "glab"
glien past tense of glan
gliet past tense of glat
glih past tense of gleih
glim past tense of gleim
glisomarga white clay (sb)
global village global village; global warmen = global warming (sb)
globalisation globalization (sb)
globe globe (sb)
glogh thorn (sb)
glohm past tense of glehm
glohmb past tense of glehmb
glohmber past tense of glehmber
glohmer past tense of glehmer
gloi stain, spot (sb)
gloistrager stain-remover (sb)
gloiwos glair
glonce bullet (sb; of a gun))
gloncekyehm bulletproof (adj & sb)
gloria glory (sb)
gloux to cluck, chuckle (animal)
glub past tense of gleub
glucose glucose
glue glue (sb)
gluh to smoulder (fire)
glycol glycol (sb)
glycoriza liquorice (sb)
glyph glyph (sb)
gnah to be born
gnahdien birthday
gnahratio birth rate
gnahsa birth (sb); gnahsa certificat = birth certificate
gnaht-ye by birth (adv)
gnahtarikhe date of birth (sb)
gnater backfire (vint)
gnebh by a narrow margin (adj, adv)
gneibh pinch (vtr)
gneiter crumple (vtr)
gneubh knot (sb) (wood); to get gnarled
gneubhic gnarled (adj)
gneur gurgle (vint , ex: stomach)
gnibh past tense of « gneibh »
gnieter past tense of « gnater »
gniter past tense of gneiter
gnirsk crunch, rustle, screech (vint )
gnoh to know
gnohmen emblem ( sb), badge ( sb)
gnohsa knowledge (sb)
gnohsit (he/she/it) knew
gnosticism gnosticism
gnubehd genuflection (sb)
gnur past tense of gneur
GO gwaur - opos " = H.D. (" heavy -duty ")
gobelin tapestry (sb)
goblin goblin (sb)
godwehb valuable fabric (cloth; sb)
gofrette waffle ( sb)
gogv fledgeling (sb)
gohd good,, successful (adj)
gohmbh past tense of gehmbh
gohnos creature, creation
gohr past tense of gehr
goil funny ( adj)
goil + acc . = to make fun of
gol goal (football, sb)
golar wild/creeping thyme (sb)
golem golem
Golgotha Golgotha
gold gold (sb); gold standard = gold standard
golden golden (adj); golden hello = golden hello; golden parachute = golden pa
golf golf (sb)
golf plor golf course (sb)
gomber bison (sb)
gombh edge (sb )
gomra grief (sb)
gomre to distress, worry (vtr)
gomric sulky (adj.)
gon side (sb)
gondel basket, gondola (sb)
gongu ball, bowl (sb)
gonorrhoea gonorrhea (sb)
gonozdos side junction
gontro aside (adv. of movement)
gordebh onager (wild ass; sb )
Gordias Gordias
gordiasnode Gordian knot
gordos enclosure (sb)
gorge gorge (sb); to fill (with liquid; vtr)
gorgon gorgon (sb)
gorilla gorilla (sb)
Gortyn Gortyn (npr)
gospoti foreign(er) (adj. & sb)
gossip gossip (sm)
gost guest (sb)
gostenhall hostelry (sb)
gostpreim + acc. = to give hospitality to
gouda gouda (sb)
gougle google (vtr)
goul ghoul (sb)
goun foaminess ( white horses ; sb)
gourde flask (sb)
gourmete gourmet
gourr coo (vint)
gouvernante governess (sb)
gouverne to govern
gouvernement government (sb)
gouverneur governor (sb)
gowlsban pelvis bone
goyava guava (sb)
grabh dig (vtr )
grabh grave ( sb) ( receptacle )
grabhar gravedigger ( sm )
grace grace (sb)
gracieus gracious
graciu graceful (adj)
grade degree (sb, ex: temperature); rank (sb)
gradient gradient
gradin terracing (sb)
gradischte castle in ruins
graf count ( sb)
graffiti graffiti
Grafia Shire (Hobbits)
grajd stable (sb)
grak to caw
gramat literate (adj)
gramatia literacy (sb)
grammatic grammar (sb)
gramme gramme (sb)
gramur misted up with tiredness (eyes; sb)
gran grain ( sb)
Granada Granada ( npr ; city of Spain)
granar attic ( sb)
granate shell (cannon; sm )
granatenlehnc grenade launcher (sb)
grance boundary, limit (sb)
grand great, grand ( adj ) (fig)
Grand Barrier Riff Great Barrier Reef (Australia; sb)
Grand Britain Great Britain ( npr )
Grand Depression Great Depression
grandiose grandiose (adj)
Grand Lacs Great Lakes (splu)
grandmater grandmother ( sb)
grandpater grandfather (sb)
grandwn hail ( sf )
granite granite ( sb)
graph graph (sb)
graphic (neuder)interface graphical user interface
graphion registrar (sb)
graphionia registry (sb)
graphique graph (sb)
graphite graphite (sb)
graps fish basket
gras grass (sb); to graze
grasban angry ( adj )
grassab anger (sb)
gratin gratin (sb)
gratis (cost)free (adj & adv)
gratistat absence of cost (sb)
gratule to congratulate
grave grave (adj.)
gravitat gravity
gravitation gravitation
Graya Graea (npr)
graz scratch (vtr; itching)
grebe grebe (sb)
gredd stride ( vtr )
gredin rogue (sb)
greg mob (sb)
Gregor Gregory
grehd + acc. = to be greedy for
grehdia greed (sb)
grehdic greedy (adj)
grehm growl (vint)
grehnd grind ( vtr )
grehv engrave ( vtr )
grehven print, engraving ( sb)
greih coat ( vtr )
greip to grab
greipank grapnel ( sb)
greis gray (adj)
greiso substance gray matter (sb; fig)
greiszone grey area
gremio lap, bosom (fig.)
greumel mumble (vtr)
greve greave (sb) (leg armor)
gribel tingling, stinging (sb)
griblic urticating (adj)
grichek buckwheat (sb)
gridel grid (sb) ( fig )
griebh past tense of grabh
grief grievance (sb)
griek past tense of "grak"
gries past tense of gras
griez past tense of graz
grih past tense of greih
grille grill (vtr )
grind locker ( sb )
grindei frame, pole of plough/plow
grint scold (vtr )
griot griot (sb)
grip past tense of greip
grippe flu (sb)
grisou firedamp (sb)
griva mane (sb) (of wildcat)
grizzly grizzly
grobian impolite (adj)
grobos scratch (wound; sb)
grog grog
groghy groggy (adj)
grohd past tense of "grehd"
grohm thunder rumble (sb), past tense of grehm
grohng past tense of grehnd
grohv past tense of grehv
groimen coating ( sb)
grok caw (vint)
gron verdant (adj)
Gronland Greenland (npr)
grosch shilling (sb)
gross gross (adj) (not fine); gross operationsurplus = gross operating surplu
grossbukh general ledger
grosse gross (sb)
grotesk grotesque (adj)
grotte cave, grotto (sb)
groub big ( adj ) ( coarse)
grov ditch (sb)
grud groats, gruel ( sb )
grumb bump ( sb)
grumel past tense of greumel
grund ground (sb)
grundetage ground floor (sb)
grundsalgos ground swell (wave; sb)
grundye to growl (like a pig, sb)
grunz clod (sb)
grupp group ( sb)
gruyere gruyère (sb)
grwozdu cluster (sb)
grwozdue to flowchart (vtr)
gryp griffin (sb)
gsieji Summer Solstice
gsienchi incumbent (adj)
gsieschui be tired out ( fam )
gsietau clog (sb)
guangdungwa Yue Chinese language
guano guano
guant glove (sb)
guantlete gauntlet (sb)
guar spoon (sb)
guarani guarani
guarde guard (a soldier, sb)
guarde to guard
guardia guard ( military unit, sb)
guardrail guardrail ( sf )
Guatemala Guatemala ( npr )
guatemalteck Guatemalan (adj. & n. )
gubh cove (sb) (bay)
gud colon (anatomy, sb)
gudang depot ( sb) (building )
gughehr to come off, get lost (vint)
gugheir to mess up, to spoil something
gugor damned, rooten (!; when referring to something that doesn't work properl
guide guide (vtr & sb; ex : tourism)
guidon handlebars (sb)
guiliotine guillotine (sb)
Guinea Guinea (npr)
guinee guinea (sb; currency)
gulap julep (sb)
gulf gulf (sb); Gulf os Pars = Parsian Gulf
gulule marble (game, sb)
gumb washer, slice (sb)
gumma rubber, eraser (sb)
gumme to erase (vtr)
gummi rubber (matter; sb)
gumminauk inflatable boat, rubber dinghy (sb)
gumos body secretion (sb)
gumt coming (sb)
gunnel gunnel (sb)
gur(an) crane (sb)
guragh to swallow up (vtr); big throat (sb)
gurdu half-wit (adj)
gurgule throat (sb); gargle (vtr)
gurk cucumber (sb)
gurobel sparrow (sb)
guros curly hair
guru guru
gurur (exagerated) pride (sb)
gus past tense of "geus"
gussen caterpillar (sb)
gussett fob ( sb)
gust taste ( sm )
gutor priest (who makes sacrifices) ( sb)
guttural guttural (adj)
gutule small intestine (sb)
guway eerie (adj)
gvaedd soothsayer (sb) , guess ( vtr )
gvaltic violent ( adj)
gvaskayn decry (vtr )
gvehd (semject ud semanghen) = to pray to someone (a God) for something
gvehmb skip, hop (vint)
gvehn to slay, shoot off, fell; "gvehne dwo musch med oin cutt" = "to kill two
birds with one stone"
gvehntel swordfighter, swordsman (sb)
gveih wither (vint)
gventer belly (sb)
gver fierce, wild (adj), wild animal (sb)
gveria hunting (sb)
gvereh to be warm
gvertat savagery (sb)
gverue to hunt
gvibh wife ( sb)
gvir gravel ( sb)
gvirkaghel piece of gravel ( sb)
gvohmb past tense of gvehmb
gvohn past tense of "gvehn"
gvol pain (sb); to hurt (vtr)
gvolic painful ( adj)
gvond firearm, gun (sb)
gvonderv centaur ( sb )
gvonia killing, slaughter ( sb )
gvonic bloody ( adj )
gvrendue to boast
gvrens hot weather, heat (sb)
gvrensvoln heat wave
gvrin rocky terrain (sb)
gvud vermin (sb)
gwah to go to (vtr)
gwahmen trestle (stage, sb)
gwahsa outward journey
gwahsa-reiken round-trip
gwahsit (he/she/it) went
gwaru seriously (when referring to a wound; adv)
gwarutat gravity ( sb)
gwaukan resolute, determined (adj)
gwaur (& gwaru ) = heavy ( adj)
gwaurach doltish (adj & sb)
gwaureg oafish (adj)
gwaurod heavy ( adj )
gwayder light ( adj)
gwayrjien outsider ( sb)
gwayt gait, process ( sb)
gwehl spring, spurt out (vint)
gwehm to come; gwehm ender = to come under (fig.)
gwehrd sing (in praise) (vtr)
gwehzd nail (vtr)
gweitsk squeal (vint)
gwelbh uterus (sb)
gwelon sting of an insect
gwelos shaft (missile; sb)
gwen present tense base of gwesen ; gwen(a) = woman (sb)
gwenak young woman
gwenakia boudoir ( sm )
gwenen dessous ( splu ) women underwear (sing)
gwenman consume ( vtr )
gwern millstone (sb)
gwerwr watercress ( sb)
gwesen to switch off, to go out
gwetarm round dance (sb)
gwetu resin (sb)
gweup keep (vtr)
gwinew quicken, revive, renew (vtr)
gwirlay go/come back home (vint)
gwis force, vigour (sb)
gwispituv bracing, invigorating (adj)
gwisti finger (sb; vx)
gwisticuit fin (of animals, like ducks; sb)
gwit life ( sb)
gwitsicurance life insurance ( sb )
gwitsk past tense of gweitsk
gwitstandard standard of living (sb)
gwitstyle lifestyle (sb)
gwiv live (vtr )
gwiv alive, living ( adj)
gwiveina fishpond, fish-tank (sb)
gwiw past tense of gwinew
gwiwot belly, paunch (sb)
gwiwotic corpulent, potbellied, paunchy (adj )
gwiya ox nerve, bow-string (sb)
gwodingva ox-tongue (fungus, sb )
gwoflor colchicum ( sb)
gwohl past tense of gwehl
gwohm came
gwohrd past tense of gwehrd
gwohzd past tense of gwehzd
gwokol ox-herd (sb)
gwokolic bucolic
gwopah ox-herd
gworgwor manure
gwosta stable (for cows)
gwow cow, bovine animal (sb)
gwozd nail (of metall)
gwozs studded (adj)
gwultur vulture
gwup past tense of gweup
gwutyen buzzard hawk
gyap groan, yap, yelp (vint)
gymnasiaste pupill in a "gymnasium"
gymnasium (comprehensive school in Central European countries)
gymnaste gymnast
gymnastique gymnastics (splu)
gyps plaster (sb) (matter)
gyroscope gyroscope
habak basil (sb) (plant)
Habana Havana (npb)
habar bustard (sb)
habbarays stavesacre (sb)
habbelmosk abelmosk (sb)
habe to have (irregular verb)
haben had (past participle); holding (thing possessed; sb)
habent (they) have
habib beloved (adj)
habiet (he/she/it) would have
habilite empower ( vtr )
habitat habitat (sb)
hablar bragging ( sb)
habskw to covet (vtr)
habte (you) have
Hachepsut Hatshepsut (npr)
haddock haddock (sb)
hadh border (sb)
hadhban border patrol serviceman (sb)
hadia gift, present (sb)
Hadrian Hadrian
hadtha episode, misadventure (sb)
Hafez Hafez (Persian poet; sb)
hag hedge ( sb)
Haghia Sophia Hagia Sophia (npr)
hagi Muslim pilgrim (sb)
hagilic Muslim pilgrimage
hagye to do the Muslim pilgrimage
hail hail (to call; vtr )
haines hatred ( sb)
haissen hate (vtr )
haja query (sf )
hajam barber (sb)
hajamat haircut ( sb)
hajib maid, lady-in waiting ( sb)
hajin camel (racing; sb)
hajou pamphlet (sb )
hajoum assault (vtr & sb )
hakan really (adv )
hakara insult ( sb)
hakare insult (vtr)
hakhamanisch achaemenid
hakhna whore (sf )
hakike truthful, veracious (adj )
hakime wise ( adj)
hakir contemptible (adj)
halak carnage ( sb)
halde slag heap ( sb)
halfback halfback (football; sb)
halk gum (tooth; sb)
halka ring ( sb)
hall hall (sb)
hallo ! hello ! ( interj. )
hallucination hallucination (sb)
halo halo (sb)
halogen haologenous (adj), halogen (sb)
halsbehrg hauberk (sb)
halsbehrgion haubergeon
halstuk foulard, scarf (sb)
halt stop ( sb & vint/vtr )
halva turròn (sb)
halwa fruit in syrup
halwghen hooligan, thug (sb)
hamal carrier (sm )
hamam hamam ( sm )
hamand handle (sb) ( to take )
hamburger hamburger (sb)
hamel ram ( sb)
hamil pregnant ( adj )
hammer hammer (sm )
hamrah accompany ( vtr )
hams (we) have
hanafi hanafi
hand hand (sb); hands hog ! = hands up !
handam scaffolding (sb)
handbuk handbook ( sb)
handchirk handkerchief ( sb)
handdrangh handle ( sf )
handduk towel (sb)
Handel Handel (composer; npr)
handgranate handgrenade (sb) (weapon)
handicap handicap
handsack handbag (sb)
handug dexterous, skillful ( adj)
hang hang (vtr/vint)
hangamah riot (sb)
hangar shed (sb)
hangdauynlift aerial tramway (sb)
hangel hang, swing, dangle (vint)
hangend garden hanging garden (sb)
hangher hanger ( sb)
hangjow order ( vtr & sb ) (commerce)
hangmat hammock ( sb)
hangpao red envelope (Chinese tradition) ( sb)
hank hip (sb)
hant (they) have
hante haunt (vtr )
haraf malignant (adj )
haraj land value tax (sb)
haram illegal ( adj)
harar rapatel ( sb )
harara ardour, spirit (sb)
harass exhaust, harass (vtr)
harb destroy (vtr )
harbi ramrod (sb) (guns)
haredi hardei
harf harp (sb)
haridra turmeric (sb)
harif character(letter)
harihr silkware
Harimathaya Arimathée
Harlequin Harlequin (npr)
harm + acc. = harm (vtr)
harmonia harmony (sb)
harmonica harmonica (sb)
harmonieus harmonious
harmonise harmonize (vtr)
haroub carob (sb)
harpia harpy ( sb )
harpoun harpoon ( sb)
has (thou) hast, (you) have
hasard chance, coincidence (sb)
hasardeus hazardous ( adj )
hasin desolating (adj )
haspel reel ( sb )
hassa ( & bilhassa) = mostly ( adv )
hassad envious (adj)
hassadia envy ( sf )
hassidi hassidic (adj. & sb)
hassidut hassidic judaism
hassile acquire, get (vtr); way out, outcome (sb)
hassir doormat ( sb)
hasswra littered (sf )
hast speed ( vtr )
hast haste (sb)
hastic precipitate, hasty (adj)
hat has; hat (sb)
hatar hatter
hathkari (sing.) = handcuffs (splu)
hatta even (adv)
hauki swordfish ( sb)
haul haul (vtr )
hauptwakht guard corps (sb)
haus draw (from a well; vtr)
hausa hausa
haussal crop, jabot (sb)
hava air (sb) (atmosphere); airs (splu)
haven haven (sb)
havenback jetty, pier (sb)
haver doe (sb)
Havila Havilah (npr)
Haway Hawaii
hawz artificial pool (sb)
hay go! ( to one person)
haya sense of modesty (sb)
hayd hell ( sb) ( religion )
Hayderabad Hyderabad (npr)
hayduc goon (sb)
hayran amazed (adj)
hayriene amazement (sb)
haysa infectious disease, plague (sb)
hayte let's go ! (to several persons)
Hayti Haiti (npr)
hayvan tiny creature (sb)
hazara hazara (adj. & sb)
hazrat Highness (sb)
Hebron Hebron
Hecate Hecate (npr)
heck stern ( sb )
heckel heckle (vtr)
heckelphone heckelphone (sb)
hectare hectare (sb)
hectic hectic (adj)
hedge fund hedge fund
hedonisme hedonism
heft booklet (sb)
hegemon hegemon
hehlp help (vint/vtr & sb)
heih to hit
heir army (as opposed to navy and air force)
Heisenbergsk nebestohmenkweitsrelation Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle
Helene Helen (npr)
helicopter helicopter (sb)
heliocentrisme heliocentrism
helipad helipad (sb)
helix helix (sb)
Hellad Greece (npr)
Helle Helle (npr)
hellen Greek (adj. & sb)
hellenistic hellenistic
helm helmet (sb)
helmbrekht high-liver, pleasure seeker (sb)
helot helot (sb)
helt barrel, stock, trunk, shaft (sb)
hem home ( sb )
hemchange move (change of home; sb)
hemoglobin hemoglobin (sb)
hemphel rosa arvensis ( sb)
hemport port of call
hen hen ( sb)
henghehrd farmyard ( sb)
Henoch Enoch (npr)
Henric Henry, Harry (npr)
hensel harass (vtr)
hepatitis hepatitis (sb)
her here (adv)
herakleitei Heraclitean
Herakleitos Heraclitus
Herakleus Heracles (npr)
Herakleusios Colunns Pillars of Hercules (splu)
herald herald (sb)
herb herb (sb)
herbat herbal tea (sb)
herbehrg inn (for overnight; sb); harbour (vtr)
herbicide herbicide
herboriste herbalist (sb)
Herceg os Alba Duke of Alba (npr)
herd stove (sb)
hered heir (sb)
heredat legacy (sb) (what we have inherited)
hereditar hereditary (adj)
heresie heresy (sb)
heretic heretic
hering herring (sb)
heritage heritage (sb)
herite inherit (a thing; vtr)
hermelin ermine ( sb)
hermetic hermetic (adj)
herodian herodian (adj. & sb)
Herodias Herodias
Herodos Herod (npr)
Herodotos Herodotus (npr)
heron heron ( sb)
heroy hero ( sb )
heroyic heroic (adj)
heroyine heroin (drug; sb)
hertz hertz (sb)
Hesiod Hesiod ( npr )
hesitation hesitation (sb)
hesite hesitate
Hesperides Hesperides (splu)
Hesse Hesse (npr)
hessian hessian (cloth; sb)
heterogene heterogeneous (adj)
heterogeneitat heterogeneity
hetman captain (in the army; sb)
hetro hither (adv)
heudel snuggle ( vpr )
heul yell, howl ( vtr )
heumpouce skunk (sb)
heungher hunger ( sb & vint )
heunghernd hungry, starving (adj )
heupon rose hip (sb)
heurt hit, hurt (vtr )
heurv to act like a whore
heut boo (vtr )
hevd week (sb )
heyba imposing bearing
hezdion tow, oakum (sb)
hidaya righteousness ( sb)
hideus hideous ( adj )
hieb had
hiebit (he/she/it) had
hielt past tense of halt
hieng past tense of hang
hiengel past tense of hangel
hierarchia hierarchy ( sb)
hierarchic hierarchical ( adj )
hierarchise to organize into a hierarchy ( vtr )
hierb past tense of harb
hierm past tense of harm
hieroglyph hieroglyph ( sb)
Hierophant Hierophant ( tarot)
hiest past tense of hast
hieul past tense of haul
hieus past tense of haus
hiey tonka bean
hih past tense of heih
hijra hijra (sb)
hila cunning ( sb) ( special trick )
hilal moon crescent ( sb)
Hildegarde os Bingen Hildegarde os Bingen (npr)
hin (& hina) = until
Hind India ( npr )
hinder ud = to hinder from
hindi Indian (adj. & sb); Hindi Ocean = Indian Ocean
Hinduism Hinduism (sb)
hingol neigh (vint)
Hipparkhos Hipparchus
hippie hippie
Hippocrates Hippocrates (npr)
hippogriff hippogriff (sb)
Hippomenes Hipomenes (npr)
hippopotam hippopotamus (sb)
hirassat custody of a child ( sb )
hirotonia ordination ( sb )
hirotonise order ( vtr ) (a priest )
hirs readiness (sb)
hirsic eager ( adj )
Hiskiyah Hezekiah (npr)
hissab calculate (vtr )
hissabpianji spreadsheet (sb)
hissabschiber slide rule
hissan thoroughbred (sb; horse)
hisse to hoist
historia history (sb)
historian historian (sb)
historic historic (adj)
hit hit (music, base-ball; sb)
Hittite Hittite (adj , sb)
HIV (Human Immunodeficience Virus) = HIV (sb)
HIV-positive HIV-positive
ho I have
hoan defer, adjourn, postpone (vtr)
hoax hoax (sb)
hoay Japanese pagoda tree (sb)
hobbit hobbit (adj & sb)
hock crouch (vpr)
hocus-pocus hocus-pocus (
hofarta (female) matchmaker (sb)
hofdame lady-in-waiting (court)
hofmayster tutor, hofmeister (sb)
hog high (adj)
hoge height (sb)
hohlp past tense of hehlp
hoien past tense of hoan
hois (.... ciois) = on the one hand .... on the other one
hol whole, integer ( adj )
hol plang to cry all the time
holding holding company
hold-up robbery (sb)
holk saddle-bag
Holland Holland (npr)
hollandish hollands (adj)
holm reef ( sb )
holocaust holocaust ( sb)
hologramme hologram (sb)
homage tribute, homage (sb)
homeostase homeostasis (sb)
Homer Homer (npr)
hominida hominid
homologh to commit oneself to; homologous (adj.); counterpart, opposite
number (sb)
homophobia homophobia
homosexual homosexual (adj & sb)
honar noisy (adj)
honeste honest (adj)
honestia honesty (sb)
honn disdain, contempt (sb)
honnise disgrace (vtr)
honor honor ( sb)
honorable honorable (adj)
honorar honorary (adj); honorars = fees (ex: for a lawyer)
honore honor ( vtr )
hor hour ( sb ) ( duration)
Horace Horace (Roman writer; npr)
horde horde ( sb)
hordover hors d'oeuvre (sb)
horgn barn ( sb )
horizont horizon ( sb )
horloge clock ( sb)
horlong hourly (adj & adv)
hormone hormone (sb)
Hormose Hormuz
horn horn (sb)
horoscope horoscope (sb)
horror horror ( sb)
horrorsroman horror novel (sb)
hortensia hydrangea
hortghehrd orchard (sb)
horvat Croatian (n. & adj)
hosanna hosanna
hospital hospital (sb)
Hospitaliar Hospitaller (adj, sb) (Templar Order)
hostile hostile (adj)
hostilitat hostility (sb)
hotel hotel (sb )
hotelier hotelier (sb)
hotspot hotspot (geology, sb)
houthi houthi
hovercraft hovercraft ( sb)
howkschece pothole ( fig )
hoybel plane (sb; tool )
hoyd today (adv)
hoyer pay (in the Navy, on ships; sb)
Hrvatska Croatia ( npr )
huckem judgement, conviction ( sb)
hudel past tense of heudel
hue ! Gee up !
Hugo Hugh (npr)
hukah hookah (sb)
hul past tense of hul
hulkum adam 's apple
humanisme humanism (sb)
humanitar humanitarian (adj); humanitar intervention = humanitarian inter
humanoid humanoid (adj & sb)
humil humble ( adj)
humilye to humiliate (vtr)
humoristic humorous (adj)
humus humus (sb)
hungher hunger (sb)
hungric hungry (adj)
hurcan hurricane (sb)
hurr free (when refering to an untethered animal)
Hurrah ! Hooray ! (interj)
hurt past tense of heurt
hurv past tense of heurv
hurva whore ( sb) (!)
hushyar aware ( adj )
hussar hussar ( sb)
Husayn Hussein ( npr )
husur comfort (vtr )
hut past tense of heut
hyacinth hyacinth (npr & sb mineral)
hyaukwsia gossamer (sb)
hybride hybrid (adj & sb)
hydra hydra (sb)
hydrant fire hydrant
hydrargwrnt mercury (sb) (element)
hydraulic hydraulic (adj); hydraulic fracturation = hydraulic fracturing
hydrocarbon hydrocarbon
hydrocephalus hydrocephalus sick (adj & sb)
hydroelectric hydroelectric (adj)
hydrogen hydrogen (sb)
hyena hyena (sb)
hygiene hygiene
hyls (cartridge) case
hymne hymn (sb)
hyperborean Hyperborean (adj , sb)
Hypereides Hypereides (npr)
hypnose hypnosis (sb)
hypnotic hypnotic, soporific ( adj )
hypnotise hypnotize (vtr)
hypocrisis hypocrisy
hypocrite hypocrite (sb); hypocritical (adj)
hypophyse pituitary gland ( sb)
hypotheque hypothec ( sb)
hypothese hypothesis ( sb)
hyrkani Hyrcanian (adj , sb)
hysteria hysteria
hysteric hysteric(al)
i they, them (undetermined plural) ; the (undetermined plural nominative
& accusative)
ia she ; they, them (neutral) ; the (feminine singular nominative ; neutra
l plural nominative and accusative)
ia Bell Aiwoswohpa the Sleeping Beauty
ia Gionconda Mona Lisa ( npr )
ia Lumens the Enlightenment (History )
iad venom ( sb )
iadic poisonous (adj )
iam her (personal pronoun feminine singular accusative); the (feminine sing
ular accusative); of the (feminine plural genitive)
Iamblikh Iamblichus
ianschi long-sighted (adj & sb)
ias they; the (feminine plural nominative); of the (genitive feminine singu
iawod let's hope that (conj)
ib lest (conj)
ibam hallux, big toe
ibis ibis
iblis ! deuce ! devil ! (interj)
ibo lest (conj)
ibrat admonition (sb)
ibri Hebrew (adj. & n.)
ibrick ewer (sb)
ibs to them; to the (mas. and neut. plural)
icon icon (sb)
id it; the (neutral singular nominative & accusative)
id predien the eve
idafa supplement ( sb)
idafi additional ( adj)
idee idea (sb)
identitat identity (sb)
identic identical (adj)
ideogramme ideogram (sb)
idiome idiom (sb)
idiosyncrasia idiosyncrasy (sb)
idiot idiot (adj & sb)
idol idol (sb)
idolater idolize (vtr); idolater, idolatrous
idolatrie idolatry
ids its
IDM (Ion Dwin-Motor) = TIE (Star Wars; sb)
idyll idyll
ieftin cheap (adj)
ieg past tense of ag
iel past tense of al
ielbhe whiteness (sb)
Ielcin Yeltsin (npr)
ielg each (adj) (for more than 2)
ielgv past tense of algv
ielm elm (sb )
iemer past tense of amer
iendh past tense of andh
iens them / the (masculine plural accusative)
ienswan hydrochloric acid (sb)
ienter husband s brother s wife (sb)
ienzui bulb (sb ) ( anatomy)
ienzwa relaxation ( sb )
iep past tense of ap
ier past tense of ar
Ierevan Yerevan (npr)
ierk past tense of ark
ies they & the (masculine plural nominative)
Ieschaya Isaiah
ieschke tinder, touchwood (sb)
ieter either, each (adj) (of 2)
ieun good path
ieu past tense of au
ieug past tense of aug
ieum past tense of aum
ieur heard (past tense); they lacked
ieurgh past tense of "aurgh"
ieusdeh to perfect (legal proceedings)
ieusk past tense of ausk
ieust just, fair (adj)
ieustet fairness
iev cereal, fruit, berry (sb)
iey past tense of ay : said, did say (in dialogues), considered as
ieydh past tense of aydh
ieygw past tense of aygw
ieyr past tense of ayr
ieysgwn past tense of aysgwn
iezwl past tense of azwl
ifrat damned, hellishly (adv) (!)
iftara defamation (sb)
iftare to libel, slender (vtr)
ighdu catch (sb; hunting, fishing)
ighnos track, trail, lead, traces
ighnue to track (vtr)
Ignatius os Loyola Ignatius of Loyola ( npr )
ignimbrit ignimbrite (sb)
ignoble vile ( adj)
ignominieus appalling (adj)
ignorant ignorant (adj)
iguanodon iguanodon (sb)
igumen Prior ( sb; Church)
ih past tense of eih
ihatta (sing) = surroundings (splu)
ijab grant (vtr )
ijadh device ( sb)
ijar renting, hiring (sb)
ijbaric compulsory (adj )
ijmal overview (sb)
Iker Icarus ( npr )
ikhlas natural, genuine ( adj )
ikhsan good deed
ikhtar notice, warning (sb)
ikhtiaj need, want (poverty; sb)
ikhtiar voluntary, unpaid ( adj , sb)
ikhtilaf disagreement (sb)
ikhtiram bow, curtey (sb)
ikhtissar summary ( sb)
iklime climate (sb) ( region )
ikrar acknowledgment of receipt (sb)
ikri fish egg (sb)
iktissad (sing) = savings (splu)
iktissadic thrifty (adj)
il muddy (adj); silt (sb)
ilahi ! divine goodness !
ilaj medical treatment ( sb)
ilay to burst out laughing
ilhali whereas (conj)
Iliad Iliad (npr)
illat ailment (sb) (slight illness)
illicit illegal (adj)
illuminat illuminate, crank (adj & sb)
illumine illuminate (vtr)
illustre illustrate (vtr)
ilm skill (sb)
iltija supplication (sb)
im to them/of them (undetermined plural dative & genitive); to the/of the
(undetermined plural dative & genitive)
image image (sb) (fig)
imaginar imaginary
imagine imagine (vtr)
imara building, construction (sb) (result)
imbecile fool ( adj , sb)
imdadh aid (sb & vtr)
imite imitate (vtr)
imkan capacity (sb)
imla dictation (sb) (school)
immaculat immaculat (adj); Immaculat Conception = Immaculate Conception
immatriculation registration (at the university)
immemorial timeless ( adj )
immense immense (adj)
immigrant immigrant (adj & sb)
imminent imminent (adj)
immix (se -) = to interfere (vint)
immobilise immobilize, stop (vtr)
immoral immoral
immuable immutable (adj)
immunologia immunology
immunsysteme immune system (sb)
impactvehrten impact assessment
impasse impasse (fig., sb)
impassive impassive (adj )
impatience impatience (sb)
impatient impatient
impedeih embarrass, bother ( vtr )
impediment hitch ( sb) ( obstacle )
impehl to seal off, fill in (vtr)
imperator Emperor (sb); Is Imperator = The Emperor (tarot)
imperatrice Empress (sb); ia Imperatrice = The Empress (tarot)
imperieus imperious
implacable relentless ( adj)
implant implant (sb)
impleh assuage, satisfy (vtr)
implehc entangle, twist (vtr)
implicit implicit (adj)
implie imply (vtr)
implohca imbrication
implore implore (vtr)
import (& importation) = import (sb )
important important ( adj)
importe to matter (+ dat.) ; to import
imposant large, impressive ( adj )
imposen impose (vtr)
impost tax (sb); past participle of "imposen"
impressem impress ( vtr )
impression impression (sb)
imprisible impregnable (adj)
impromptu impromptu, sudden (adj)
improvis (& improviden) = unexpectedly, without warning (adv)
improvise (vtr) = improvise
improviset explosive jihase improvised explosive device
impudent brazen (adj )
imputable imputable ( adj)
imtihan exam (sb)
imtihansuwal examination question (sb)
in in (prep)
in avance in advance
in direct (& layv) = live (adj)
in regard + genitive = in comparison to
in unisson in unison ( adv )
inab bunch of grapes (sb)
in absentia in absentia
inaccessible inaccessible (adj)
inadvertentce-ye inadvertently (adv)
inalienable inalienable (adj)
inappettitant unappetising (adj)
inat stubborn (sb)
incandescent incandescent (adj)
incantation incantation (sb)
incarnat (incarnatpemb) = incarnato (colour)
incarne incarnate (vtr)
incest incest (sb & adj)
inch inch (sb) (measure)
incid [intsId] = to notch, to cut (vtr)
incident incident (adj & sb)
incinerator incinerator
incisive incisive (adj)
incivilitat incivility
includ include (vtr); incl.(udend) VAT = all taxes included
incognito incognito (adj/adv)
incommensurable incalculable (adj)
incommunicado incommunicado (adj & adv)
inconscient inconscient (adj)
inconsiderat inconsiderate ( adj )
inconvenient disadvantage (sb)
incredule incredulous ( adj )
inculque inculcate (vtr )
incumebh (+ acc.) = fall to (as a responsibility)
incurr to run (a risk)
incutt anvil (sb)
indenegable undeniable (adj)
indentation indent style
independent independent (adj)
inder invigorating (adj) (fig.)
indeulg (semject ad semanghen) = forgive (vtr)
index (book or Censorship) = index (sb)
indexe index (vtr)
indian Indian (adj & sb; native American)
ia Indias the Indies (splu)
indice index; clue (sb)
indifferent indifferent (adj)
indigestion indigestion
indignat indignant (adj)
indignation indignation (sb)
individu individual (sb)
indivision indivision
indoctrination indoctrination
indo-gangetic plain indo-gangetic plain
indolent indolent (adj)
Indonesia Indonesia (npr)
indonesian indonesian (adj. & sb)
indibitable indubitable
inductance inductance (sb)
induction induction (sb)
indulgence gentleness, leniency (sb)
Indus Indus (npr)
industrial industrial (adj)
industrial proprietat industrial property
industrie industry (sb)
industrieus industrious (adj)
ineluctable ineluctable (adj)
inept inept (adj)
inert inert (adj)
inexorable inexorable (adj)
inextricable inextricable (adj)
infallible infallible (adj)
infam infamous (adj)
infantile infantile, childish (adj)
infarct coronary (sb; illness)
infectieus infectious (adj)
inferno inferno (sb)
infeste infest (vtr )
infiltration infiltration (sb)
infim tiny (adj )
infinitive infinitive
infirmerie infirmary (sb)
inflammable flammable (adj)
inflammation inflammation (sb)
inflation inflation
influe to influence
influence influence (sb & vtr)
influenza flu (sb)
informal informal
information information (sb)
informationsloquet information desk
informatique computer science ( sb)
informatiquer Computer Systems Officer (sb)
informe inform (vtr; + acc. of the person)
infrarudh infra-red
infreg offender, trespasser (sb)
infuned brew, infuse (vtr)
infusion infusion (sb)
ingan to strive to (+ acc.)
ingenieur engineer (sb)
ingenieurie engineering ( sb)
ingenue naïve (adj & sb)
ingnaht (& ingnahn) = innate ( adj )
ingot ingot ( sb)
ingredient ingredient (sb)
inhalt contain (vtr & sb)
inherent inherent (adj )
inikas sheen, glint (sb)
initieit insider; initiate (sb)
injection injection (sb)
injustice injustice (sb)
inkap to begin
inkapia ( sing. ) = beginnings ( splu )
inkap (& inkapem) = beginning (sb)
inkaptos immediately ( adv)
inkar + acc. = to refuse to, disobedient
inkiep began
inkoim to move (into a new home)
inlandsis ice sheet (sb)
inlyeig to invest (some money), to place
inlyoiga money investment, placing (sb)
inner interior, inner (adj)
innocent innocent (adj & sb)
innove innovate (vtr)
inpiut input (sb)
Inquisition Inquisition (sb)
insaf awareness (sb)
insafeih to make (someone) aware
insaluber insalubrious (adj)
inschallah Allah willing !
inscrib ( inscrìb ) = inscribe (vtr)
insect insect (sb)
insemination insemination (sb)
insidieus insidious (adj)
insignificant insignificant (adj)
insinue insinuate (vtr)
insist + acc. = to insist on
inslah fall back ( vpr ) (vehicle)
insodd passenger (of an aircraft; sb)
insolent insolent, cheeky (adj)
insolvence proceddure (sing.) = insolvency proceedings
insomnia insomnia (disease; sb)
inspection inspection (sb)
inspire inspire (vtr)
instable unstable (adj)
installateur plumber (sb)
installe to install (vtr)
instant moment, instant (sb)
instantan instant (adj)
instaure institute (vtr)
instehl to set up (vtr)
inster (sing) = entrails, bowels (splu)
instet instead (of) (prep)
instinct instinct (sb)
instruction instruction (guideline; sb)
instrument instrument (sb)
instrumentalise to make a tool of
instuned smash (vtr)
instus past participle & past tense of instuned
insular island (adj); islander (sb)
insule island (sb)
insulin insulin
insult cerebrovascular accident
insurgent insurgent
insurreg to rebel (vint)
intangible intangible (adj.)
intant in the meantime (adv)
integher integer (adj) (number)
integrisme integrism
integumentar systeme integumentary systeme (sb)
intellect intellect (sb)
intellectual intellectual (adj & sb); intellectual vetat = intellectual prope
Intelligence Service Intelligence Service
intemperance intemperance
intendance supply corps, supplies office (sb)
intendant steward (sb)
intense intense (adj)
intensive agriculture intensive agriculture
inter between (prep)
interdeck steerage (sb)
interdeh forbid, prevent (vtr)
interessant interesting (adj)
interesse interest (sb & vtr)
interessen conflict conflict of interests (sb)
interface interface
interference interference (ex. on radio; sb)
interior interior (adj)
interlatte side purlin (sb)
interlocue to take aback (vtr)
interlocutor talker (sb)
intermedyo intermediary (adj)
interminable interminable (adj)
intermittent intermittent ( adj)
International Monetar Fund International Monetary Fund
interne to confine (ex: a disabled person, a prisoner)
Internet Internet ( sb)
interplehc intertwine (vtr)
interpreter interpreter (computing)
interreup to break off (vint)
interrogation questioning (sb)
interrumep to interrupt (vtr)
interrup past tense of interrumep
intersehr intertwine (vtr)
interstice crack, chink (sb)
intertehm to decide between
intervall intervall (sb)
interventionisme interventionism (sb)
inthronisation enthronement
intikal translation (sb) (of a corpse)
intim intimate (adj)
intimide intimidate (vtr )
intizam riot control ( sb)
intizar expectation (sb)
intriga intrigue, conspiracy (sb)
intrinsec intrinsic
introduc introduce (vtr)
intrud intrude (vtr)
intrus intruder (sb)
intuition intuition (sb)
invalid diabled (adj & sb)
invad invade (vtr)
invective invective (sb)
invent to invent (vtr)
inventar inventory, stocktaking (sb)
invers inverse, reverse (adj)
investigation investigation (sb)
investion investment (sb)
investiture investiture
invincible invincible
invite invite (vtr)
involv involve (vtr)
invoque call forth, invoke (vtr)
inzir dried fig (sb)
io I (unstressed pronoun)
iod iodine (sb)
Iohannes John (sb)
iom him; the (masculine accusative singular); of the (masculine & neutral g
enitive plural)
ion oin (sb)
ionan Ionian ( sb , adj )
ios of the (nominative & neutral singular)
ir their
irasc get angry (vpr) (person)
irat angry ( adj)
iris iris (sb)
irisat iridescent (adj)
Iristan Ossetia (npr)
irk tribe, people (sb)
iron Ossetian, Alan (adj & sb)
ironia irony
irracund irritable (adj)
irradye irradiate (vtr)
irreup to burst in (vint)
irreversible irreversible (adj)
irrevocable irrevocable (adj)
irrigation irrigation (sb)
irritable irritable ( adj )
irritat annoyed ( adj )
irrite to irritate
irsal to broadcast
irsh chamois leather, shammy
is he; the (masculine singular nominative)
ischbat assert ( vtr )
ischtihar notice, circular letter (sb)
iser sacred (adj); Iser Ansu = Holy Ghost; iser gordos = sacred place (sb);
Iser Seddos = Holy See
isern (of) iron (adj); isern virgen = iron maiden (torture)
Isfahan Isfahan (npr)
isghen rawboned, bony (adj)
isgur fierce, relentless, unremitting
Isidore Isidore ( npr )
iskw past tense of eiskw
iskwehr ensure ( vpr )
Islam Islam (npr)
Islami Islamic (adj)
islamiste islamist
Ismayil Ismael, Ismail
isnah exalt, excite, arouse (vtr)
isog pike (fish; sb)
isoglosse isogloss (sb)
isolant isolating (adj) (language)
isolationisme isolationism
isole isolate (vtr )
isoleglas schibpaquet insulated glazing ( sb)
isorn kingfisher ( sb)
isoscel isosceles ( adj )
issehal diarrhea ( sb )
Istanbul Istanbul (npr)
istar star (sb)
istia (old) brick (wall; sb)
istifa resignation (sf )
istifsar to ask for information
istikamat integrity ( sf ) ( honesty)
istikhath seek help
istikhbara piece of information
istilah term (sb) (speech)
istirahat relaxation (sb) (rest)
isu arrow (sb)
isue to arrow (vtr)
iswehr well up (vint)
iswor spring, source (sb)
it (& ithan) = so, this way (adv)
itab discontent (sb)
itabic dissatisfied
itak that s why
item item (sb)
iter once again, anew (adv)
Ithake Ithaca (npr)
Ithakessi Ithacan (adj)
ithan so, this way
itiraf confession, to confess
itnamt (& itnamen) = so- called ( adj)
itner itinerary, route (sb)
itnermap roadmap
ittifak blunder ( sb)
ittifak-ye by mistake (adv)
Iudaya Judea ( npr )
ivor ivory
izhar display (vtr , fig )
izmar sea bream (sb)
ja already (adv)
jaal plagiarism (sb )
jabak colt ( sb)
Jabal Jabal (npr)
jabba gown, robe (sb)
jabbar powerful ( adj )
jabran forcibly (adv)
Jacob Jacob, Jacques ( npr )
Jacobite Jacobite (sb, adj )
jade jade (sb)
jadide new, not worn out (adj)
jadwal scale, schedule ( sb)
jaguar jaguar
jahannam Gehenna ( sf )
jahar aloud
jahil ignorant (adj)
Jakarta Jakarta (npr)
jakhd toil, toiling (sb)
jaldi fast, quickly (adv)
jalnic pathetic, pitiful (adj)
jalous jealous (adj)
jalouse to envy (vtr)
Jamayca Jamaica (npr)
jamb leg (sb); to stride over (vtr)
jamel bell-wether (sb)
jamile nice, pretty (adj)
jamiya grouping (sb); Jamiya im Arabs (Jamiya iom Daulats im Arabs) = Arab Lea
jamiye to bring together
jamus buffalo (sb)
janiba spare mount (riding; sb)
janter magic spell (sb )
januar January (sb)
Janus Janus
Japan Japan (npr)
japanese japanese (adj & adv)
jaquet jacket ( sb)
jar burning (sb) (fig )
jardiniere window box (sb) ( flower pot )
jargon jargon
jarim guilt ( sb)
jarnayt genet (sb )
jartier garter (sb)
jasayrih jaseran (sm )
jasib engaging, enticing (adj)
Jason Jason
jaunghay unexspected obstacle (sb)
jauz walnut (sb) (tree)
jauzaek swamp (sm )
javahir ( sing) = gems, precious stones ( splu )
javelin javelin (sb)
jawab reply ( vtr & sb )
jawar neighborhood ( sb )
jawieb past tense of jawab
Jaypur Jaipur (npr)
Jeanne d Arc Joan of Arc (sb)
ject thing (sb)
jectpospolita (Polish) Republic
Jeday Jedi (Star Wars)
jelier boor, churl ( sb)
jellad torturer ( sm )
jemmel bun
jenasa bier (sb )
jenchi warrior (sb)
Jenin Jenin
jenter spinning wheel ( sb )
Jeremia Jeremiah (npr)
jeremiade moaning, whinning (sb)
jerrican jerrycan
jerst tin
Jesse Jesse (npr)
Jesuit Jesuit (adj, sb)
Jesus Jesus
jet jet (sb); jetplav = jetplane
jeton chip, token (sb)
jeu de paume jeu de paume
Jeune-Tyrk Young Turk
ji (sing) = hemorrhoids (splu)
jiauschou surrender (sb & vint)
jib jib (sb)
jidal fight (vtr; fig)
jidallasni quibbling (adj)
Jidda Djeddah
jien hand (indicator, as in a watch; sb)
jiengjway pilgrimage site (sb)
Jihad Holy War (sb)
jihadia jihadism
jihase machine, device (sb)
jilid binding (of book; sb)
jima sexual intercourse
jiman boast (vint)
jims picture rail (sb)
jinas pun (sb)
jincien confidential (adj)
jindwanschu medical certificate (sb)
jingju Beijing opera (type of Chinese theatre; sb)
jinkdou to take place, to go on
jinn jinn, genie (sb )
jiowschay stronghold (sf )
jirwa castor oil plant ( sb)
jischin self-confidence (sb)
jishace suicidal ( adj )
jisown self-esteem ( sm )
jissow perilla, Japanese basil ( sb)
jiwey bodyguard ( sm )
jixay detailed ( adj)
jlampoh to drink water
jlampohn drinking water ( sb)
Joab Joab (npr)
Joachim os Fiore Joachim of Fiore ( npr )
job job (sb)
joc joke (sb)
joghing jogging (sb)
join to join
joint joint (adj)
joking ridiculous (adj )
jolida disheveled (adj )
jonglire juggler ( sm )
jor genre ( sb)
Jordan Jordan ( npr )
Jordania Jordan ( npr )
journal newspaper ( sb )
journaliste journalist (sb)
jovial merry, jolly (adj)
joy joy (sb)
joyel jewel (sb)
joyelar jeweller (sb)
joystick joystick (computing)
Jubal Jubal (npr)
juce juice ( sb)
juceus juicy (adj)
Juda Judah
Judas Iscariotes Judas Iscariot
judce judge (vtr & sb)
judcement judgement (sb)
Jude Jude (npr)
judicial judicial
judicieus judicious (adj)
jufen broth (sb)
jufu housewife
jul July (sb)
juma Friday (sb)
jumhuriat commonwealth (sb) (republic)
jumiung lifetime (sb)
jumla sentence; conviction (sb) (Justice )
jun June (sb)
jund armed group
jungkhiung revival (sb)
junmajin urticaria (sb)
Juno Juno (sb)
junta junta (sb)
Jupiter Jupiter (npr) (planet)
jupon waist slip; petticoat
juravin cranberry (sb)
juridic legal (adj)
jurisprudence jurisprudence (sb)
jusay management (sb)
juscha injection (sb ) (medicine )
jusdan purse ( sf )
just just (adv)
just-barwakt just in time (manufacturing)
justice justice (institution)
justice-ritter "moral whithe knight"
justiciable justiciable (adj & sb)
justifie justify (vtr )
juxt jousting (sb)
juxtaposen to juxtapose (vtr)
jvayer to eye, to have one s eye on
jweteng gambling (sb)
jynx wryneck (bird, sb)
ka as a
kaaba kaaba
Kaapstad Cape Town (npr)
kaba bog (sb)
kabbala kabbalah (Jewish science)
kachaba (& kachabayka) = smock top (sb)
kabahat pettiness (sb )
kabel cable ( sb) (for communication )
kaber caper ( sm )
kabil able ( adj )
kabuki kabuki (sb)
Kabul Kabul (npr)
kabus phantom, ghost (sb)
kabuslik ghostly (adj)
kabusnav ghost ship
kachamak polenta (sb)
kadam pace, speed (sb)
kad maybe/perhaps that
kadi qadi (sb)
kados distress (pain) (sb); mi est kados it is repugnant to me
kadru red-brown (adj)
kaegi plain (adj)
kafan shroud (sb)
kafi sufficient, enough ( adj )
kafir impious, miscreant ( adj & sb)
kagh enclosure, fence (sb)
kaghel pebble, stone (sb)
kaghen (sing) = pudenda ( splu )
kahisch decay ( sb )
kakhel tile (sb ) ( on wall)
kakhkakh to guffaw
kaki khaki (sb , adj )
kaki khaki persimmon ( sb)
kakwrnt (sing) = feces ( splu)
kal call ( sb & vtr )
kala bastion ( sb ) ( stronghold )
kalab mould (sb )
kalak lame (adj)
kalamkar percaline (sb)
kalay to solder, to weld
kalaychi tinker (sb)
kalc kick (sb & vtr)
kalch lime (sb)
kalchang peanut ( sb )
kalch-wed lime water (sb)
kalctrap caltrop (sb)
kalding fountain (sb ) (of cold water)
kalem pen (for writing; sb )
kalina viburnum ( sb)
kalive hut ( sb)
kalkoun turkey (sb)
kalm straw, stubble ( sb)
kalma bare height
kalpazan copier (adj )
kalugher (old) hermit (sb)
kam like (prep; identity); how ? (manner)
kam to like
kam adet as usual (adv)
kaman drone (sb)
kamatih valuable (adj)
kambel turbot ( sb )
kambur hunchback (sm )
kamchik whip (sf )
kamer bedroom
kamer + acc. = jump over
kames spell (sb); to cast (a spell) (vtr)
kamflor daisy (flower)
kamgarn worsted (sb)
Kampuchea Cambodia (npr)
kampuchean Cambodian
kamsei as if
kamus directory ( sb) (of words , dictionary)
kamwns chamois (sb)
kamyab to succeed in ( vtr )
kan to sing (cock); + accusative = to play (an instrument)
kanaat quarrel, problem, issue (sb)
kand to incandesce ( white )
kandel candle (sb)
kandelaber candelabra (sb)
kanguru kangaroo (sb)
kank hook ( sb)
kankia elder brother (sociology; sb)
kankel railings, bars ( sb) ( prison ); to cross out (vtr)
kanrien tolerable ( adj )
kanrin hold on
kant can (container, sb)
kantun corner (sb) (of the house, the hearth)
kantunspetra cornerstone (sb)
kap to catch (vtr)
kapan trap (sb); deh- un kapan protie = to set a trap for
kaph hoof (sb)
Kappadokia Cappadocia
kaput knackered (adj)
Karabakh Karabakh
karag dark brown (adj)
karakh numb (vtr/vint)
Karakum Karakum
karam goodness (sb)
karanfel carnation (botany; sb)
karatedo karate (sb)
karaviz celery (sb) (in branches)
Karbala Karbala
karbouz watermelon (sb)
karcer jail; shackles
kard to card
kardeh to surmount (vtr)
kardi cutlass (sb)
kardkasch sheath (sb)
kardwn reinforce (vtr )
kariban soon, shortly (adv)
karibe akin ( adj )
karih odious (adj )
karime beneficial (adj)
karkadan rhinoceros (sb)
karl guy, fellow ( sb)
Karoun Korah (npr)
karp pick (vtr )
Karpats Carpathian Mountains ( splu )
karpst picking, harvest (fruit; sb)
karrar + acc. = to decide to, to make up one s mind to ( vpr )
karschuf artichoke ( sb)
karteche grapeshot, hail of bullets
kartem safflower (sb )
kartep guelder rose (sb)
kartoffel potato
kartvel Georgian (adj & sb)
Kartvelia Georgia (npr ; Caucasian state)
karug spokesman (sb); declaim (vtr)
karwent rocky
Karyala Carelia
kas past tense of kames
kaschaf headline (newspaper; sb)
kaschasch bait (sb)
Kashmir Kashmir, cashmere
kasra rout, total collapse (sb)
kassab butcher (sb)
kassala idleness ( sb)
kassam swear ( vtr )
kasseb job, profession (sb)
kasspilkcurve short bend (on a road; sb)
Kastalia Iswor Castalia Spring ( npr )
kaster fortified camp (sb); to substract, take out (vtr)
kata from the top of (prep)
kataedd to ingurgitate (food)
katan underwear (sb)
katapoh to ingurgitate (a liquid)
katathematise to utter imprecations
katel murderous (adj)
katelsqual killer whale
katha so, thus (adv )
kathalika likewise (adv)
kathire numerous, many ( adj )
Kathmandu Kathmandu (npr)
katib office clerk (sb)
katife bath towel
katoru coil (of animal; sb)
katran tar ( sb)
kattil cauldron, kettle (sb )
kattildal steep-sided valley (sb)
kattildom boiler room
katu fight (sb)
katue to fight (vint)
kau to notice, to take note of
kaug puff (sb); to puff (vint; ex = at)
kaukhkwl snail (sb)
kaul hollow (adj); to scoop out (vtr)
kaup buy (vtr); purchase (sb)
kauping stage place (vx; sb); shopping centre (sb)
kaupmagh purchasing power
kaupust cabbage (sb)
kaur care (sb & vint)
kaurd (kardu) = hard (adj)
kaurdyohsen oiv hard-boiled egg
kaurdyohst oiv hard-boiled egg
kaurer guardian (of infant, etc. jur.)
kauric careful (adj)
kaur-ye with care, carefully (adv)
kav dig (vtr)
kavga clash, brawl (sb)
kawernt (dug) passageway, narrow gallery (sb)
kawi look-out (ex on a vessel) (sb)
kawu manuscript ( sb)
kawwad pimp (sb)
kay (in order) to (conj); kay ? = for which purpose ? why ?
kayak kayak
Kayaphas Cayaphas
kaychien to give one s opinion
kayd to cut to pieces (vtr)
kaydani (sing) = bilboes (splu)
kaygana scrambled egg
kayid big chief, boss (sb)
kayjin improve ( vtr )
kayk one-eyed ( adj)
kayl to cure, to heal
kays hair (sb) past & past participle of "kayd"
kaysar hair (on the head)
kaysbeurst hair brush (sb)
kayt heath(land) (sb)
kayurt gallery ( sb ) ( underground trench )
kayut cabin ( sb) ( ship )
kaz gauze (sb )
Kazakhstan Kazakhstan (npr)
keapay hideous, awful (adj)
kebab meat in pieces
kebayl kabyle (adj. & sb)
kechap ketchup (sb)
kechula sheep wool bonnet
keday stall for food ( sb)
kedelay bean sprouts
keghel skittle (sb)
keghyek polecat ( sb )
kehgn find (vtr )
kehl hide (vtr )
kehlder veil (sb)
septen kehlderndans dance of the seven veils
kehlgh sting ( sb) (for elephants)
kehm to comb
kehmb bend ( vint), curve (sb); curved (adj)
kehmber to cup in drying, to tighten at the waist (vtr)
kehns to consider, to assess
kehrz cut ( vtr )
keih to be stretched out, half-lying
keih ep = to rest on
keing gird (vtr )
keingschia slope, incline (sb)
keip show (vtr; picture)
keisch slip (hide; vtr)
keiw colleague, fellow member (sb)
kekos forage (sm )
kelembak aloes
kelgei ringworm (adj )
keli rural way (sb)
kelic chalice (sb)
kelim carpet (sb)
kelk sledge (sb)
kellar cellar (sb)
kellner (/-in) = waiter/waitress (sb)
kelp kelp (sb)
kelpire windfall, godsend ( sb )
kelvin kelvin (sb)
ke (& kem) = that (clitic, introduces a wish)
kemalisme kemalism
kemall reasonable (adj)
kemer crustacean (sb & adj)
kemocheng (feather) duster ( sb)
ken ( prefix ) = empty of
kenar outskirt (of a wood; sb)
Kenchreay Cenchreae ( npr )
kenek golden yellow (adj )
kenevire floorcloth (sb)
keng oblique (adj )
kenis (sing) = ashes (splu, of a dead person)
kenkel back of knee, ham (anatomy, sb)
kenkseg cut-throat (sb)
kenos void, vacuum (sb)
kenten cento ( sb)
kenth scrap, tatter (sb)
kenthmachine machine that cuts papers into tatters
keputa stocking (sb) ( of shepherd)
ker time, occasion; ex tri kers = three times ( sb); past tense of kere
kerab relative (sb) ( family)
kerabat relationship (in family; sb)
kerais cherry (sb)
keramide coating, flooring, facing (sb)
keramise to coat/floor/face something
kerangu horned animal
keraun to thunder forth, to strike down
keraun thunderbolt (sb)
kerbau water buffalo (sb)
kerber speckled, spotted (ex: animal); Cerberus (npr)
kerd heart (sb); "habe semject ep id kerd" = "to feel sore about something"
kerdagh heartache (sb)
kerdmuscle cardiac muscle
kerdmusclinfarct myocardial infarction
kerdos craft, skill (sb)
kerdprient boyfriend (sb)
kerds (sing.) = hearts (cards; splu)
kerem garlic (sb)
keren circle, surround (vtr)
kerfel chervil (sb)
kermus cherry-tree (sb)
kernem bird cherry, hackberry
Kernew Cornwall (npr)
kernewic Cornish (adj & sb)
kerosene kerosene (sb)
kerpich rammed earth ( sb)
kers brain ( sb)
kersen frozen snow (sb)
kersnit ice pellet (sb)
kerstamm brain stem
kerv deer (sb)
kes hare ( sb)
keskul wooden bowl
ketone ketone (sb)
ketong leper colony ( sb)
ketter spindle
ketterpehd to go into a spin (sb)
ketun shepherd s hut
keub thorny bush
keul highlight, cultivate(a land; sb )
keulk hide (vtr )
keung to hesitate, to delay
keup to demand, to require
keupmon assignee (sb )
keuzd to hoard (vtr)
kewer North Wind (sb)
keyah food shelf
keyf state of mind
Kfarnahum Capernaum
khabar news (sb) (information)
khabd craze (sb)
khabis wicked ( adj )
khadim domestic ( sb , adj)
khafi low ( adj ) (voice )
khak bad ( adj ) (failed); cannot (vtr)
khaketha migraine (sb)
khakoul egret (sb)
khalach carder (sb)
khalal heartily, willingly (adj)
khalang alpinia galanga (sb)
khalass help, rescue (sb)
khalat dressing gown (sb)
khalazat coarseness (sb)
khali straw mattress (sb)
khaliban mainly ( adv)
khalifa caliph ( sb)
khalimag team of yoked animals, harness (sb)
khalti jumble, hotchpotch (sb)
khaluschi old seadog (fig., sb)
khaluz copse, coppice (sb)
khalwa solitude (sb)
khalwani recluse, loner (sb)
kham (fish) hook (sb)
khamaeleon chameleon (sb)
khamal tail (sb) (of a piece of furniture)
khamer spirit (alcoholic beverage; sb)
khamsi Thursday (sb)
khamwst rodent (adj & sb)
khan khan (sb)
khana closet, shed, cupboard (sb)
khandak moat (sb)
khandan lineage ( sb )
khanday cold zone
khandjar dagger (sb)
khanenk honeycomb
khanji sinogram (sb)
khanliawng content (sb)
khanrjien Han ( Chinese) (adj , sb )
khanrliou cold stream ( sb)
khansian sweat gland ( sb)
khanye betray (vtr )
khap tablet (sb)
khar cutting edge ( sb)
kharab ruined (adj)
kharasch poll tax (sb)
kharen pretty ( adj )
kharij foreign countries, the abroad .
khark to drown
kharkhar groan, (death) rattle (sb)
Kharkiv Kharkiv (npr)
kharman threshing floor ( sb)
khartas bumf (sb)
Khartoum Khartoum (npr)
Kharybd Charybdis (npr)
khasaan decay (sb )
khaschen surly (adj )
khasina (sing) = accounts, funds (splu)
khasnah Public Revenue
khassa bar ( sf ) ( pustule )
khassara loss (sf )
khassiat food, alimentary (adj)
khassa stingy ( adj)
khastar lining (sf ) ( sewing)
khat (hand-) writing (sb)
khatem over, finished (adj )
khater danger ( sb)
khaterban fireman ( sm )
khath harness (sb)
khatna circumcision (sm )
khauris charming, pleasant ( adj )
Khauris nov yar ! Happy new year !
khaurise to embellish
khauristat pleasure, comfort (sb)
khavan mortar ( sm ) ( pestle )
khayal daydream(ing) (sb)
khayal-ye dreamily ( adv )
khayat tailor (sb)
khayatsedd sitting cross-legged
khayatswehbhend hovering & sitting like a tailor
khaydamak lanky (adj )
khayghian (sea) coast (sb)
khaygow oceanic trench (sb)
khayka stalk ( sf )
khaykou estuary (sf )
khayn traitor ( smb)
khayr sword ( sm)
khayrliou cold ocean current ( sm )
khaysaw (sing) = algae ( splu )
khayxian ( sing ) = sea, halieutic resources ( splu )
khayxiau strait between an island and the mainland
khayxien seafood ( sb)
khazar khazar
kheiss to feel
kheissas sensitive (adj)
kheissassia sensitivity
khekuf marmot (sb)
kheptenn quite (adv)
kheuld to make cooler (vtr)
khevesch thistle (sf )
kheyma tent ( sf )
khianat treason (sb)
khich nothing at all
khida cunning (sb; special trick)
khidmat professional activity
khiek couldn t (past tense)
khierk past tense of khark
khilaf faux-pas
khilafat califate
khimer chimera (sb)
khimeric fanciful
khinna henna (sb)
khinsire little finger (sb)
khisab dyeing ( sb); to dye (vtr)
khisi affront ( sb)
khiss felt (past tense)
khisses feeling(s) (sb)
khitab speech, harangue (sb)
khiter evil, malignant (adj)
khittam nose-ring (especially for oxen; sb)
khiyaaban bed of flowers (sb)
khlayb loaf (of bread) (sb)
khlev pigsty (sb)
khlor chlorine (sb)
khloride chloride (sb)
khlorofluorocarbon CFC
khlorophenol chlorophenol
khmer-rouge Khmer Rouge (adj & sb)
khodja Hodja (sb ; master)
khol birthmark ( sb)
kholera cholera (sb)
kholt cold (sickness; sb)
khomut harness(ing) (sb)
Khonsu Khonsu (npr)
khor choir (sb)
khoral chorale (sb)
khoreographia choreography (sb)
khorom private mansion, hôtel particulier (sb)
khortoum proboscis (sb)
khoumel hops (sb)
khouter farmstead (sb)
khowyi convenience, indulgence ( sb)
Khruschchov Khrushchev ( npr )
Khuda hafiz Goodbye!
Khufu Khufu (npr)
khuld cool; past tense of "kheuld"
khuldet coolness
khurafat claptrap (sb)
khurka distaff (sb)
khurma date (fruit, sb)
khus hovel, slum (sb)
khuschk atrophy ( sf )
khutba short speech, address ( sb)
khvil while ( sf) ( duration)
khwayji ( sing ) = chopsticks (plu)
khwanjanghian volcanic rock ( sb)
khwanrluan mess ( sf )
khwanxi bliss (sb)
khwehr suppurate (vint)
khworst (eagle's) aerie (sb)
khwoyic indulgent, conniving, complacent (adj)
khwoyie + acc. = indulge in ( vpr )
khyk pig (sb)
kiaut shell (sb)
kiaychin to reload (a pen)
kibbuts kibbutz (sb)
kibrit match (for fire; sb)
kicuta hemlock (sb)
kidnapp to kidnapp (vtr)
kiekwr pet (sb)
kielc past tense of kalc
kielken hall, upper room (sb)
kiemer hellebore ( sb ); past tense of kamer
kien past tense of kan
kiend past tense of kand
kienkel past tense of kankel
kienkiu modest ( adj)
kiep monkey ( sm ); past tense of kap
kier candle ( sf )
kierd past tense of kard
kierdwn past tense of kierdwn
kierey ram ( sm )
kierk chicken (sb )
kierp past tense of karp
kiest clean ( adj ) (pure)
kiet whale (sb)
kieu noticed (past tense)
kieul past tense of kaul
kieup past tense of kaup
kieur past tense of kaur
Kiev Kiev (npr); past tense of kav
kieyd past tense of "kayd"
kieyl past tense of kayl
kiezghian shale (geology, sb)
kizeghiangas shale gas (sb)
kih past tense of keih and "kihen"
kihen to put down (vtr)
kijie pheasant (sb)
kikiaw smart (adj)
kikiriki ! cock o doodle doo !
kikwan trachea (sb)
kikye jay (bird; sb)
kil keel ( sb) (vessel )
kilef (dust/stretch) cover (sb)
Kilikia Cilicia
Kilimanjaro Kilimanjaro (npr)
kilometer kilometer (sb)
kilvater wake (ship; sb)
kima minced meat ( sf )
kimatih value (adj )
kimbel trunk (tree; sb)
kimlo soup (sf ) ( vegetables)
kimon bug ( sf )
Kimri Cimmerian (adj. & sb)
kinana bandolier (sb)
kinas mitt(en) (sb)
kinaya hint (allegory, sb)
kindara black seabream (sb)
kindergarten kindergarten
kinetic kinetic (adj)
se kinew to thrash about
king past tense of keing
King James Bible King James Bible
kinkin (door)bell ( sb )
kino cinema theatre
kionku penitence, penance ( sb)
kiorkel broken cobblestone (sb)
kip representation, picture (sb); kip (sing) = heads (of a coin; sb)
Yawm Kippur Yom Kippur (npr)
kira rental price ( sb) ; rent (sb)
kirba big/ugly goatskin, waterskin (sb)
kirghise Kyrgyz (adj & sb)
Kirghisestan Kyrgyzstan (npr)
kirilitsa Cyrillic ( sb , adj) ( alphabet )
Kirim Crimea ( npr )
Kirka Circe ( npr )
kirmiz crimson (adj )
kisch past tense of keisch
kisk ruffe ( sb)
kismenye ball (and chain; sb)
kissat tobacco pouch
kist basket ( sb)
kitab book, digest (sb), gather in writings (vtr)
kitel overall (sb)
Kitium Kition
kitra thuja (sb)
kittar linking (of events; sb)
kiurliung mound, hillock
kiuschk kiosk (sb)
kivot reliquary (sb)
se kiw past tense of se kinew
kixien deadline (sb)
kiyafat array (clothing; sb)
kjee silk thistle (sb)
kjen callus, hard skin (sb)
kjiagiu furniture ( sb)
kjiarjien beauty (woman; sb)
kjiauschi missionary
kjiawxieng by chance (adv)
kjiboen hold (sb, martial arts)
kjien silk cocoon (sb)
kjiengow perennial (adj)
kjienrlau tough (adj)
kjigiau good augury
kjin gilding (sb)
kjingyow goldfish
kjingyowku gold and jade
kjinschenkjau marigold ( flower )
kjinschi myopic (adj )
kjiu cautery (sm )
kjiugnan rescue (vtr & sb)
kjiuschi longevity ( sf)
kladreus hold ( sf )
klaer piece of wood ( sb)
klah to bank up, to fill in (sb)
klap beat ( vtr ) (the linen)
klapadeireh beater ( sb )
klaup jump, leap (vint)
klaxon horn (on vehicles; sb)
klehng bend ( vtr )
klehpt to steal; theft
klei hidden treasure
kleitu slope ( sb)
kleiun hiker (sb )
Kleonay Cleonae ( npr )
Kleopatra Cleopatra (npr)
klep (sing ) = fallen rocks (splu)
kleu listen to (vtr )
kleumen reputation (sb)
kleus glory (sf )
kleuster audition, listen to (vtr)
kleustria audience ( sm )
kleuyt jingle, chime (vint)
Klewandos Cleanthes
klewos glory (sb)
klewosdeh glorify (vtr)
Klewosmenos Cleomenes
klewost glorious
kliep past tense of klap
klieup past tense of klaup
klink (door) handle (sb)
kliti propensity ( sb)
klobuk hood (sb)
kloder alder (sb)
klohng past tense of klehng
klohpt past tense of klohpt
klombh mutilated (adj )
klonkia twig (sf )
klor stick (sm )
klu past tense of kleu
klump clog (shoe; sb)
kluster past tense of kleuster
klut famous (adj)
kluyt past tense of kleuyt
kmehen to work, practise, torment, worry (vtr)
knabh to full (wool)
knar grate, creak (vint)
knayp tavern ( sf )
knede knead ( vtr )
knedlia ball (food; sb)
kneigv ep = to lean on; kneigv olan-ye = to rest one s elbow
Knidos Knidos (npr)
kniebh past tense of "knabh"
knier past tense of knar
knigv past tense of knigv
kniv knife (sb)
knop button (sb)
kobold goblin ( sb)
kocide plait (of hair; sb)
koft meatball (sb)
kogchoun to have a quarrel (sb)
kohgn past tense of kehgn
kohl past tense of kehl
kohm past tense of kehm
kohmb past tense of kehmb
kohns past tense of kehns
kohrz past tense of kehrz
koim community of inhabitants (sb)
koimbehnd to assign a forced residence to
koimreik to rapatriate oneself
koin whetstone ( sb)
koister campfire (sb)
koistrank poker (for fire; sb)
kojust bodysuits ( sm )
koklysche whooping cough (sb)
kokona shrew (woman; sb)
kokul tuft of hair (sb) (animals)
Kokytos Cocytus
koliva koliva (ritual boiled wheat)
Kolkata Kolkata (sb)
kolkhose kolkhoz
komor sledgehammer (sb)
konak manor, mansion (sb)
kondak barrel (sb)
konem clavicle, collar-bone (sb)
kongcio now (adv)
koper oats ( sm )
kopre excrement (sb)
kor army corps, part of the army
Korea Korea ( npr )
korel yeoman, warrior (sb)
koriga strip, strap, lash ( sb )
koriomenos warrior spirit
korion chief of a corps of army
korkel pebble (sb)
korm torture (sb )
kormen ermine (sb)
korn dogwood ( sb )
koromislo shoulder piece (sb)
kos Scots pine (sb)
kosel hazel (sb)
kov to strike, to forge (vtr)
kovach smith (sb); to fabricate by forging (vtr)
kovbi gudgeon (sb)
kovensider wrought iron
kovile long grass
kovnia smithy (sb)
kowja ladle (sb)
kowngbayku gap (sb)
kowp heap ( sb & vtr )
kowpic copious (adj)
kowrnt alveolus, socket (sb)
koy Koi (fish, sb)
kragh yell, scream (vtr)
Krak des Chevaliers Krak des Chevaliers (npr)
Krakow Krakow (npr)
kram gear, clobber (sb)
kramp twist (vint)
kran crane (sb) (machine)
krant shore, bank (sb)
kreid chalk (sb)
kreider sieve, screen (sb)
kreig to conquer
kreih sieve, sift (vtr)
krek (frog) spawn (sb)
Kremlin Kremlin (npr)
krent horned (adj )
kreptic vigorous ( adj )
kreus shudder (vint)
krew (krewos) = flesh (sb)
kriegh past tense of kragh
kriemp past tense of kriemp
krig conquest (sb), past tense of "kreig"
krih past tense of kreih
Krishna Krishna (npr)
kriuk hook ( sb)
kriv tortuous (adj )
krov roof (sb)
krus past tense of kreus
krwesen ilex (sf )
kschauswan nitric acid (sm )
kschianschau grass jelly (Asian dessert)
kschiau Chinese horoscope
kschong door knocker (sb)
kseuwar (european) starling ( sb)
kshitow rare earth element (sb)
kshiuu fast ( adj )
kshiuuchifan fast food (sb )
Kubbat-es-Schakhra Dome of the Rock (Jerusalem)
kubh bunk (for sleeping; sb )
kuchay civet (sb)
kuchi Tocharian (adj & sb)
kufi kufic
kufya headgear (sb)
kuga reed mace, bulrush (sb)
Ku-Geong Forbidden City (of Beijing)
kugla small ball/bowl
kuglakalem biro (sb)
kuhl kohl (cosmetics; sb)
kukjiu outspoken (adj)
kuku cuckoo ( sm )
kul past tense of keul
kulah cap (with an eyeshade; sb)
kulambu mosquito net (sb )
kulchan quiver (sb )
kulk hiding place (sb); past tense of keulk
kullab mould, cast (sb)
kumar game of chance
kumasch silk fabric, cloth
kumbekh crest (heraldry, helmet, sb)
kumruk customs post
kun as (temporal conjunction); present tense base of kussen
kunar dog performer (showman)
kunda stub ( sm )
kundak cart ( sm ) ( small, to push something)
kundur frankincense (sb)
kuneina kennel (sb)
kung past tense of keung
kunia she-dog, bitch (sb)
kuning potentate (sb)
kup past tense of keup
kupasti handrail
kurban ritual sacrifice (sb)
Kurban-Bayram Aid al Adha (npr)
kurd kurd(ish)
kurgan kurgan, funeral mound
kurihen to purchase
kurihencentrale group purchasing organization
Kurile Kuril
kuritor purchaser, lessee (sb)
kurmia mole (animal, sb)
kurmiaend platypus (sb)
kurni perch (for a bird; sb )
kurort spa town
kursiy seat (chair; sb)
kusch to nibble, to gnaw at
Kusch Cush (Bible, npr)
kuss kiss (sb)
kussen kiss ( vtr )
kussour failure, fault (sb)
kussut sawdust (sb)
kustakh casual (adj)
kuxi vulva (sb)
Kuwayt Kuwait (npr)
kuyan steelyard balance ( sb
kuzd hoard (sb); past tense of "keuzd"
kuzdod hoard keeper
kuzu kudzu (sb)
kwah to take in, to gather (vtr); to succeed in (doing)
kwalay row, din (sb)
kwali jester ( sb)
kwanday magnanimity (sf )
kwas cough (vtr )
kwast cough (sb)
kwaster to give/have a slight cough
kwatel receptacle, repository (sb)
kwath to ferment
kwaun dog ( sb)
kwaunmaurk dog and horse
kwax croak (vtr)
kwayd invite (vtr)
-kwe -ever (as a suffix after interrogative)
kwecto apparently, as it seems (adv)
kwehen sharpen (vtr)
kwehk seem (vtr)
kwehkwl to do a cartwheel
kwehl circulate (vint)
kwehlk bundle (sb); toss (vtr)
kwehlos cog (sb)
kwehlp to stumble ; to capsize, overturn (vint)
kwehnd + acc. = to endure, suffer (vtr)
kwehr make, do ( vtr; including additions ); kwehr- itner kye = to head towar
ds; kwehr- el mortu = to float on one's back; kwehr- prabh = to be right (in one s
kwehrant civil employee (sb)
kwehrmen way (of doing something; sb )
kwehs to pant
kwehster to sigh
kweid even if/though
kweih to pay (for a crime, vint)
kweil girl
kwein + acc. = to take revenge on
kweisk whisk ( vtr )
kweistel to bellow, to low (vint)
kweiter clear (adj), clear ( vtr / pr); kweiter sien gurgule = to clear
one s throat; (finance) wipe off, regularize; to purify
kweitergwis illuminance (sb)
kweitert brightness; playfulness
kweitos white brilliance (sb)
kwekmor revealing sign (sb)
kwekwl wheel (sb)
Kwel Yule (sb)
Kwelawos Santa Claus (npr)
kwenchau consider ( vtr )
kwender angelica (sb)
kwerkel hoop (sb )
kweru cooking container
kwet sharpened (adj)
kweter whether, if (conj)
kwetor knife grinder
kwetwerdeil to quarter (vtr)
kwetwerpehd to move forward on four legs (vint)
kwetwerpod four-legged (adj)
kwi bamboo basket
kwide find ( vtr; colloquial )
kwies past tense of kwas
kwiester past tense of kwaster
kwieth past tense of kwath
kwiex past tense of kwax
kwieyd past tense of kwayd
kwij chipmunk (sb)
kwikwehl to turn around in circles
kwin past tense of kwein
kwineuw to pile / stack up (vtr)
kwinew to put away (vtr)
kwisk whisk ( sb ) ( kitchen); past tense of kweisk
kwistel past tense of kweistel
kwit white ( adj )
kwiter picture (sb); past tense of kweiter
kwit magia white magics (sb)
Kwitor Avenger
kwizei regulation, statute (sb)
kwohk seemed (past tense)
kwohkwl past tense of kwehkwl
kwohl past tense of "kwehl"
kwohlk past tense of kwehlk
kwohlp past tense of kwehlp
kwohr made, did
kwohs past tense of kwehs
kwohster past tense of kwehster
kwoid wheat (sb)
kwoin penalty, price (sb) (punishment, compensation)
kwol rotating (adj)
kya towards the(m) (neut. plu)
kyag rennet (sb)
kyal room (part of a building; sb)
kyam wels catfish
kyanka conch (sf )
kyant towards (spatial preposition)
kyar dear (adj)
kyareih cherish ( vtr )
kyarek magpie (sb)
kyas castigate, correct ( vtr )
kyasen penalty (sb)
kydon quince (sb)
kye to(wards) (spatial preposition); (used as an enclitic after an adverb o
f place or time to reinforce it)
kyehm hindrance (sb); get jammed, hinder, hamper (vint)
kyehmses disability (situation, sb)
kyehrn blacken (vtr)
kyehros blackness (sb)
kyehrsen (jet) black (adj; & fig); kyehrsen magia = black magics (sb); K
yehrsen Mar = Black Sea ( npr ); kyehrsen mohrt = Black Plague (sb ); kyehrsen r
ibis = black currant; kyehrsen torm = black hole (sb)
kyeim to hold up, hinder, jam (vtr)
kyeimter to hinder, to make diabled (vtr)
kyein kite (bird; sb)
kyenk peg, pin (sb)
Kyeront the Ferryman ( sb ) ( mythology)
kyeuk to summon
kyeus designate ( vtr )
kyid towards it; towards the (neutral singular nominative & accusative)
kyies past tense of kyas
kyim past tense of "kyeim"
kyjak sedge (sb)
kyohm past tense of kyehm
kyom ball/bowl (that blocks something; sb); towards him/the (masculine singu
kyonk shellfish (sb)
kyopev clumsy (adj)
kyost rib (sb)
kyostek hobble for horses
kyowngbu fright ( sfb)
kyrk church (sb)
kyrknav nave (sb)
kyrksbidal beadle ( sb )
Kythera Cythera ( npr )
Kythnos Cythnos ( npr )
kyu sedan
kyudos prodigy ( sb); kyudos neren = feat ( sb)
kyuheih + acc. = to be bearing (a child; vtr)
kyunggiaw to emphasize
kyurk pelisse (sb)
kyutur-ye as a whole ( adv )
laab entertainment ( sb)
label label (sb)
labire to work hard
labor labour (political; adj)
laborant laboratory assistant
laboratorium laboratory
labu calabash (sb)
labyrinth maze, labyrinth ( sb)
lac (& lak) = lake (sb)
Lac os Como Lake Como (npr)
laca lacquer ( sb)
lacai lackey (sm )
lace lace ( vtr )
lachuga hovel ( sf )
Laconia Laconia
laconic laconic
lafa stipend ( sb)
lafz talk, words
lagam bridle, snaffle (sb)
lagar emaciated (adj )
lagher camp ( sb), to store (vtr)
lagoun lagoon (sb)
laguyn gourd (sb)
lah to overflood, invade (vtr)
lahaf muffler (sb)
lahn winepress (basin; sb)
lai lai (sb)
lak lake (sb)
lakab nickname (sb)
Lakedaymon Lacedaemon
lakhja tip of the tongue (sb)
lakin however (adv)
Lakschadvihp Laccadive
lal to hum
lalay to prattle, to babble
lambhel hilt (sb)
lambhen to take hold of
Lamech Lamech (npr)
lamen sediment layer
lamentable pathetic (adj)
lamentation moaning (sb)
se lamente moan (vint)
lamep lap (vtr)
lampe lamp (sb)
lamper shiny, gleaming (adj) (that reflects light)
lampertat lustre (sb)
Lampsak Lampsacus (npr)
lance lance (sb) & to launch
lance pad launch pad ( sb)
lancier lancer (sb)
land country, land (sb) & to land
landensrotos undercarriage
landsknecht landsknecht (sb)
landweir war in the country
lanet lurk (vint)
lang stall (for wares; sb)
langoreus languorous (adj)
languid languid (adj)
languie languish (vint)
languor languidness (sb)
languste crayfish
lankan baluster ( sb)
lanterne lantern ( sb)
lanthanum lanthanum (sb)
lao lao
Laozi Laozi (npr)
lap past tense of lamep
lapilli (sing) = lapilli
lapithe lapith
laptop laptop
lapus burdock ( sb) ( plant)
laque to laquer
larc larch ( sm )
large large ( adj )
larina (female) prostitute (sb)
Larnaca Larnaca (npr)
larva larva ( sf )
laryngal laryngeal
larynx larynx (sb)
las greed, lust (sb)
lasim essential, indispensable ( adj)
lasni eager ( adj)
lasso lasso (sb)
lass let (vtr)
last ballast (sb & vtr)
lastruym hold ( sb) (boat )
lastun spiral of creeping plant
lat past tense and past participle of lanet
latif neat, kind ( adj )
latin Latin (adj. & sm )
Latium Lazio ( npr )
latmah slap ( sf )
latro thief (sm )
latte lath, slat, board (sb)
Latvia Latvia (npr)
latyo alluvial plain
laud (arbitral) award
laude to praise
laugv washing (sb)
lauk leek ( sm )
laun borrow ( vtr )
laur laurel ( sm )
lautel profit (sb)
lautlic profitable, lucrative ( adj )
lav wash (vtr )
lava lava ( sf )
lavande lavender (sb)
lavathol lava dome (sb)
lava tunnel lava tube (sb)
lavire to tack about (sailing; vint)
lavmachine washing machine (sb)
lavrak (european) seabass
Lawa Dehnwen Peoples of the Sea ( splu )
lawahie airy (adj)
lawc clearing (in a forest; sb)
lawni linchpin (sb)
lawo people in arms ( sb)
lawter limpid, clear (adj)
lax salmon ( sb)
laxative laxative (adj. & sb)
laxisme lenience, permissiveness (sb)
lay white goosefoot (plant; sb)
laya black sheep (sb)
layic secular, lay (adj )
laymoun lemon-tree (sb )
layn lend (vtr)
lays forest, wood (sb)
Laystrygon Laestrygonian
layteh insole (sb)
layter ladder (sb)
laz lair, den (sb)
Lazarus Lazarus (npr)
lazuward lapis lazuli (sb)
lebonah incense (sb)
leck leak (sb)
leckereit sweet, candy (sb)
lection lesson (sb)
lectorium rood screen
led to offend, to wrong
leg act of Parliament
legat legion commander
legation legation (sb)
legbild bill (for an Act of Parliament, sb)
legend legend (sb)
leghar alloy (sb)
leghenn bowl, basin, pan (sb)
legion legion (sb)
legislator legislator (sb)
legitim legitimate (adj)
legitime to legitimate (vtr)
legv light (adj)
legvos lightness (sb)
lehg tell, count (vtr)
lehnc throw, thrust (vtr)
lehr to give a lecture (sb)
leik to play; game (playing; sb); to fly, to hang loose (clothes, hair; vint
leikar playboy, knock-about comedian (sb)
leikstyr gamepad (computing)
leim loam (sb)
leimoc slug (sb)
lein lead, leash (for dog; sb)
leips to miss (something; vtr)
leis read (vtr)
leisa ridge (agriculture, plowing; sb)
leit to go, to run (figurative meaning)
leiv lift ( vtr )
leizd edge ( sb )
lekha flower bed (garden; sb)
lekhusa woman in confinement
lema disease, substance of blear-eyed persons
len soft (adj ) ( fig)
lendv waist, loin (sb)
lendvkatan loincloth (sb)
lengu thoughtlessly (adv)
lengver nimble (adj)
lengvos elation
lent slow (adj); lent-ye coc = simmer (vint/tr)
lento motion slow motion (sb) (cinema)
lentor slowness
Leonardo da Vinci Leonardo da Vinci (npr)
leopard leopard (sb)
leper leper (sb); leprous (adj)
lepra leprosy (sb)
Lerna Lerna (npr)
lesch carrion (sb)
lesion lesion (wound)
letal lethal (adj)
lethargia lethargy (sb)
letters letters (splu; "literature")
leu detach, remove, untie (vtr)
leuc shine, glow, gleam (vint)
leucaemia leukemia (sb)
leud to go up, to arise
leudher free ( adj)
leudherkwekwl freewheeling (adj & adv)
leudher vol free will
leuds (splu) = people (several persons)
leugh lie ( vtr & sb; to utter falsehood )
leuk league (unit of measure; sb)
Leuktra Leuctra
leup peel (vtr)
leur free ( adj & vtr)
leur menos freedom of conscience
leurtorg Free Trade
leus lose ( vtr ) ; loss (sb)
Leuven Louvain, Leuven ( npr )
leuxmen bay ( sb ) ( opening in the wall)
leuyk (& leiku ) = toy (sb)
Levantino Mar Levantine Sea
lever deliver ( vtr )
leverant delivery man (sb)
levghend left-handed (adj & sb)
levitic leviticus (sb)
levstic lovage (sb)
levter left (adj ) (direction )
levtro to the left
lewank (stone) slab (sb)
lexicon lexicon (sb)
lexis term (sb) (word)
Lhasa Lhasa
liachic drawer ( sb)
liaison affair, liaison (sb)
liane liana ( sf )
liang mound (sb)
liap Asian hat (sb)
libell dragonfly (sb)
liberalisme liberalism
libertinage lewdness
libi Libyan (adj, sb)
Libia Libya (npr)
libitum "pleasure", free choice
libram libram (sb)
librarie bookshop (sb)
libretto libretto (sb)
libter willingly, with pleasure (adv)
licence license (sb)
liche lich (nb)
lichen lichen (sb)
licit lawful, licit (adj)
licitation invitation to tender (sb)
lict bed (sb)
lictdrehnk nightcap (drink; sb)
lid (& oklid) = eyelid (sb)
lider leader (sb)
liderspect leadership
liek (& liekar) = doctor, physician ( sb)
liel past tense of lal
liend past tense of land
lient summer (sb)
lientsparsaat daylight saving time (sb)
liep linden (sb)
liess past tense of lass
lieter leather ( sb)
Lietuva Lithuania
lietuvan Lithuanian (sb, adj)
lieubh love (vtr)
Lieubher Lover (sb) (tarot)
lieubwehrg hard-working (adj)
lieun past tense of laun
liev past tense of lav
liew small house, cottage (sb)
lieyn past tense of laun
lift lift, elevator (sb)
liftban lift/elevator shaft
liftgonel gondola lift (sb)
liftkursiy chairlift (sb)
lig past tense of lineg
liga league (sb); Liga iom Nations = League of Nations
ligament ligament (sb)
lige face (sb)
ligne line (sb); ligne os credit = line of credit
lignenav steamer (sm )
ligver Ligurian (adj)
lihaf bedcover
lihay shrewd, clever (adj)
lik -like (adj)
lika the same, alike (adv)
likav playful (adj)
likeih to fly (a flag; vtr)
likw tide-mark (sb); left (past tense)
lil lily (sb)
liliac lilac (sb)
liman harbour (sb)
limbh limbo (sb)
limite limit ( vtr )
limite limit ( sb)
limon silt
limou citrus limetta (sb)
limousine limousine (sb)
lin flax (sb)
linask tench (sb)
linav linnet (sb)
lineal ruler (sfb) (instrument)
lineament lineament (sm )
lineg to lick
linekw to leave
linen linen ( sb)
lingua language (sb )
linguistique (sing.) = linguistics
liniment liniment (sb)
linkwes infinitive of "linekw" = "to leave"
linoleium linoleum (sb)
Linos Linus (brother of Orpheus)
linse lens (sb)
lintel header (sm )
lion lion ( sm )
liondent dandelion ( sm )
lionfel linaria (sb)
lipien grayling (fish, sb)
lip lip (sb)
lipide lipid (sb)
lipreus greasy, fatty (adj)
lips past tense of "leips"
liquefie liquefy (vtr)
liqueur liquor (sb)
liquidation liquidation (sb) (judicial, bankruptcy)
liquiditat liquidity (sb, incl. economics)
lira lira (& pound in certain countries)
liriope liriope (sb)
lis past tense of « leis »
Lisboa Lisbon (npr)
lising leasing (rental purchase agreement)
lisor to lease (rental purchase agreement)
liste list (sb)
lit past participle and past tense of « leit »
litania litany ( sb)
literal literal
literar literary (adj)
literator man of letters
literature literature (sb)
litsia lychee (sb)
litu drinking session (sb)
liturgia liturgy (sb)
liubh love ( sb); past tense of lieubh
liuu pomegranate (sb)
liv past tense of leiv
livad kitchen / vegetable garden (sb)
livid livid ( adj)
livree livery( sb)
lobby lobby (sb; pressure group)
lobe lobe ( sm)
loboda orache ( sb )
lobut cudgelling (sb)
loc place (sb; turns to "lok-")
localise locate (vtr)
locanda tap room (sb)
lockye weasel ( sb)
locomotive locomotive (sb)
locus standi locus standi, standing to appear (law)
loden loden
lodh plumb-bob ( sb)
lodhseid steady (adj)
lodhskeir not steady (sb)
lodka fishing boat (sb)
loft loft (appartment)
log log (sb); log ex = to log out; log in = to log in
logic logical (adj)
logiquer logician
logistic logistic (adj)
logo logo (sb)
logos speech (sb)
logule small log
lohg past tense of lehg
lohnc past tense of lehnc
lik past tense of leik
lohr lore; past tense of "lehr"
loid clay (sb)
loikwn legacy ( sb)
loim damp (adj)
loisa furrow track (sb)
lok place (sb)
lokat padlock (sb )
lokchuan silk crepe (sf )
loktong whore ( sf ) (! )
loleng Chinese lantern (sb)
lonc bow ( sb ) (weapon)
long long (adj)
longmetrage feature film (sm )
lopat shovel ( sb)
lopatar fallow deer (sb)
loquet counter, window
lordose lordosis (sb)
lori lory (bird; sb)
lorion strap, braces (clothing; sb)
loschak young stallion
Lot Lot (Bible; npr)
loteng ( sing.) = attic, loft (sb)
loterie lottery (sb)
lothring Lorrain (adj & sb)
Lothringia Lorraine (province)
lotion lotion (sb)
lotse (maritime) pilot
lott to draw lots for; lot, share (sb)
lotus lotus (sb)
loupe magnifying glass (sb)
lousa tonsil (body, sb)
low dishwater, wishwash (sb)
lowagh lavoir, washing place ( sb)
lowga washing agent
lowter washbasin, sink (sb)
loy law (sum of legal norms, sb)
loyaltat loyalty (sb)
lu past tense of leu
luat pitch pipe (sb)
luba bower, arbour ( sb)
luban olibanum (sb)
lubher bast fibre (sb)
Lubnan Lebanon ( npr )
lubricant lubricant ( sm )
luc past tense of leuc
lucanca sausage ( sm )
Lucas Luke ( npr )
luce light (sb)
lucid lucid (sb)
luckern skylight window (sb)
Lucretius Lucretius ( npr )
lucro garish (adj)
lud past tense of leud
ludder rogue, rascal (sb)
Ludvic Lewis
luf gun barrel (sb)
lugh past tense of leugh ; lie (sb)
lughav perfidious, deceitful ( adj )
lughic wily ( adj)
luk hatch ( sb)
lukad bright / sunny interval (sb)
Lukaschenko Lukachenko
lukma snack ( sb)
lukukramb firefly (sb)
lull to lull, cradle (vtr)
lumatay to bruise, to wound (sb)
lumbago lumbago (sb)
lumbal punction lumbar puncture (sb)
lumel lout (sb)
lump rag (sb)
lumpen ragged, tattered (adj)
lumpia Spring Roll (chinese food)
lumpsammler rag and bone man
lumpvehsend dressed in rags (adj)
Luna the Moon (npr)
lunatic lunatic (adj. & sb.)
lung meadow (sb)
lup past tense of leup
lur past tense of leur
lura bad wine (sb)
lure freedom (sb)
lurd filth (sb)
lurhat language (sb) (not spoken or particular to a group)
lus louse (sb); past tense of leus
luster luster, chandelier ( sb)
lutf kindness (sb)
lutfan be nice !
lutt burbot (sb)
luur to spy on, to watch closely
luwa silk thread (sb )
Luwi Luwian ( adj , sb)
luxe luxury (sb)
luxembourgisch luxembourgish
luxeus pompous (adj )
luxuriant luxuriant, lush ( adj)
luxurie splendour; pomp ( sb)
lwo to loot; lwo els annem = to take one s breath away
lwok sika deer
lwon booty ( sb)
lyceium secundary school (before University; sb)
Lydia Lydia (npr)
lyegher bed, couch (sb)
lyehg to lie (vint)
lyeig to lay (vtr)
lyekwrnt liver ( sb)
lyekwrntvurst liverwurst
lyig past tense of lyeig
Lykurgos Lycurgus
lymphome lymphoma (sb)
lynx lynx (sb)
lyogher watch, look-out (like an animal; for hunting; sb)
lyogos deposit (ex ore; sb)
lyohg past tense of « lyehg »
lyohga situation (sb)
lyra lyre (sb)
Lysip Lysippos
lyt a little (adv); lyt ed lyt = little by little
lytil little (adj)
lyung lung (sm )
lyut fierce (adj)
ma why ( pron. interr)
maaf sorry (adj ) ( excuse)
maal good ( sm) ( possession )
maallift lift (sm )
maarif building (fig )
Maas Meuse
maaschouk lover ( sm )
maazwl removed (adj , sm )
macabre gruesome (adj)
macadamia macadamia (sb)
macen stonecutter (sb)
machete machete
Machiavelli Machiavelli ( npr )
machine machine ( sb)
machinebunduk machine gun ( sb )
machinepistol submachine gun
macule dapple ( vtr )
madame Mrs. ; ma am.
madeir timber (sb)
madenn mining ( adj )
madh wet ( adj )
madh to lie, to be shrouded in (fig.)
madreporic madreporic (adj)
madyoun debtor (adj , sb)
mae don t (adv)
maedwn friendly ( adj )
maememyehrsas forget-me-not, myosotis (sb)
maeng shoot (mastery, skill) (sb)
maeti not... anymore (when "mae" ought to be used)
mafia mafia (sb)
mafioso mafioso
maflouk devoid, lacking (adj)
magasin store, warehouse (sb)
magasinier storekeeper (sb)
Magdala Magdala (npr)
Magdalenien Magdalenian (adj. & n.)
Magellan Magellan (npr)
magh can, may (vtr) ; power (sb)
maghil tomb (sb)
Maghreb Maghreb (npr)
maghrebi North African
maghses maybe (adv)
maghtula power balance
magia magics (sb)
magician magician (sb)
magisterium master's degree
magistrat magistrate (sb)
magma magma
magn main (adj); magnios sequence star = main sequence star
magnat tycoon (sb)
magnesium magnesium (sb)
magnet magnet (sb)
magnetic resonance magnetic resonance; Magnetic Resonance Tomographia = Mag
netic Resonance Imaging (MRI)
magnificence magnificence (sb)
magnitude magnitude
magno seghel mainsail (sb)
magos magus (sb)
magoti femininity ( sb)
magur mound (sb)
magv child (sb; young being)
Magyar Hungarian (adj. & sb)
Magyaria Hungary (npr)
mahalg costly
mahar dowry (sb)
mahed cradle (sb, fig.)
mahel to try (vpr); trial (sb)
mahibe formidable ( adj )
mahir cunning ( adj)
mahjiaung mahjong ( sb )
mahlbehrg courthouse (sb)
mahogany mahogany ( sb)
mai May (sb)
maibrank maybug (sb)
maideh help ! mayday !
maigher meagre (adj)
mailing mailshot (sb)
Maimonides Maimonides (npr)
maimour med + encharged with (adj)
maimoureih med + to encharge with
maincourante daybook (ex: in police station)
majalah magazine (sb)
majestat majesty (sb)
majestueus majestic (adj)
majlis assembly house, assembly chamber (sb); Majlis ios Vatan Suria = Syrian
National Council
Majlis im Communes House of Commons
majnoun crazy love
major major (adj; sb); major arcane = arcana major (sb) (cards); major modus
= major scale (music)
majorat major of age (adj. & sb)
majordomo majordomo (sb)
majoritar majoritary (adj)
majoritat majority (sb)
majuscule capital letter (adj & sb)
makah dive (bad inn; sb)
makar although, whatever
makase railroad switch ( sb)
makass (sing) = clippers (sb) (hairdresser )
makbul fulfilled, granted (ex wish; adj)
makdour option ( sm ) ( possibility )
makedon Macedonian
Makedonia Macedonia (npr)
maken poppy (sb)
makh make, fabricate (vtr)
makhboub darling (adj & sb)
makhkoum convicted (adj & sb)
makhleb Saint Lucy cherry
makhmour drunk ( adj )
makhmourluk hangover ( fig, sb)
makhsoul yield, ouput, return ( sb)
makhsus on purpose, intentionally (adv )
makir deceitful ( adj )
makrell mackerel
makrisch sorrel (sb)
makrouse indebted (adj )
maktab workroom ( sm )
maktub missive (sb)
makulat sustenance (sb)
makuz ( sing) = shears ( splu )
mal poor, mediocre, bad (adj)
mala trowel ( sf )
malaghetta malaguetta (sf)
malaise malaise (sb )
malal weariness ( sb); to weary (vtr)
malalt weary ( sb)
malama reprimand, rebuke (sb)
malamant detached (behaviour)
malaria malaria (sb)
malay corn/maize flour (sb)
malays Malay
Maldives (splu) = Maldives (splu)
maldivi Maldivian
malefic evil (adj)
malefice evil spell
malek wood fire (sb)
malformation malformation
malgasch malagasy (adj & sb)
malgh mallow (sb)
malice malice (sb)
malin tainted (adj)
malinger puny ( adj )
mallah boatman ( sb )
mallands badlands (splu)
malleable malleable ( adj)
malm shoal (sb )
malnutrition malnutrition (sb)
malodore reek (vint)
maloul depressed (adj)
malst gwahmen stopgap (sb)
malt malt (sb)
malti Maltese (adj & sb)
maltose maltose (sb)
Maluku Maluku
malumat piece of information (sb)
malvasia malmsey (sb)
malversation embezzlement (sb)
mamaliga maize porridge (sb)
mambh reproach (vtr) (semject ad semanghen)
mamma mummy
mammifer mammal (adj & sb)
mammwt mammoth (sb)
man to stay (vint)
manafi bargain (sb)
manage manage, run (vtr)
Manasse Manasseh (npr)
mandala mandala
mandarin mandarin (adj. & sb)
mandayi mandaean, mandaeic
mandat mandate (incl. League of Nations)
mande to send for (vtr)
mandile apron (sb)
mando sterile (adj) ( woman)
mandolin mandolin ( sf )
mandor foreman (sm )
mandover manpower, labour (sb)
mandra cowshed (sb)
mandragor mandrake ( sf )
maneth learn ( vtr ) (a news )
maneuvre maneuver ( sb)
manganese manganese (sb)
mangeit mangy (adj)
manghan bewitch (vtr)
mangolnel mangonel
mangrove mangrove (sb)
manhouss sombre, gloomy
maniak maniac (adj. & sb)
manichaeisme manichaeism ( sb)
manicure manicure ( sb)
manier manner (sb)
manifeste to show, express, demonstrate (vtr)
manifesto manifesto (sb)
Manila Manila (npr)
manipule handle (vtr)
manju manchu
Manjukwok Manchuria
mank to lack, be lacking (vint); lack (sb)
mankal brazier (sb)
mankay mango ( sf )
mankholt chard ( sf )
mann husband (sb)
manna manna
mannequin dummy; model (sb)
mansarde mansard roof (sb)
mant (& mantu) = chin (sb)
manta rai Manta ray
mantega lard (sb)
mantein maintain (vtr)
manteinance maintenance (sb)
mantel coat (sb)
mantelett mantlet
manthel calender (vtr) (the linen)
manticore manticore (sb)
mantis (praying) mantis (sb)
manzil caoching inn, transport café, stopover
maoiste maoist
map map (sb)
mapsack binder, satchel ( sb)
maquette scale model
maquiss maquis shrubland
maquiyage make-up, greasepaint (sb)
mar sea ( sb)
Mar Agayos Aegean Sea ( npr )
marasmus marasmus
maraux longspined bullhead
maraz sickly ( adj )
marba ! pleased to meet you !
Marcell Marcellus
marche march (sb & vint)
marct (& marken) = craggy, seamed (face; adj)
Marcus Aurelius Marcus Aurelius (npr)
mareghi urchin (sb)
marg edge (sb)
margarine margarine (sb)
marge margin (sb)
marginal marginal (adj)
margwenak siren, mermaid (sb)
marhoum late (deceased; adj)
marhour haughty (adj)
Maria Mary ( npr )
Marianas (Insules) = Mariana Islands
marik burglar (sb)
marine navy (sb)
marineblou navy blue (adj)
marinfanteriste Marine soldier (sb)
marionette marionette (sb)
maritim maritime (adj)
marjban ranger (of Middle-Earth; sb)
mark to mark (out); mark, trademark(sb); march (sb) (territory)
marketing marketing (sb)
marloub defeated (adj)
marloubia defeat (sb)
marloubeih defeat (vtr)
Marmara id - = Sea of Marmara
marmelade marmalade (sb)
marmor marble (sb)
marmosett marmoset (sb)
marn present tense base of marsen
marnad pipefish ( sm )
marnigv mermaid ( sb)
marode to be on the prowl
Marok Morocco (npr)
maroki Moroccan
maronite maronite
marotte fad (sb)
maroul lettuce (sb)
marpertu fjord
marquese marquis (sb)
Mars Mars (npr; planet)
marsan Martian (adj. & sb)
marschal marshal (sb)
marseghel topsail ( sb )
marsen to wither, to decay
marsiuge sea-sickness (sb)
Marsilio Ficino Ficino (npr)
marswin porpoise (sb)
mart March (month, sb)
marter marten (sb)
marthiya dirge (sb; chant)
martial martial (adj. & npr)
martyr martyr (sb)
marwtia impetuosity
marwtic fiery (adj)
marz disgust (vtr )
marzih caprice, whim (sb)
marzipan marzipan (sb)
masaar reliquary, shrine ( sb)
mascarade mascarade (sb)
masch sweet pea ( sb)
maschiculi machicolation ( sb )
maschkhoul engaged ( adj ) ( borrowed , used)
maschkouk doubtful ( adj)
maschour famous ( adj )
maschrou legitimate (adj )
maschruu striped ( adj)
maschtab standard ( sm) ( measure )
mascotte mascot ( sb)
masculin masculine (adj)
masgal arrow slit
masjid mosque (sb); Masjid al Aksa = Al Aqsa Mosque
mask mask (sb & vtr)
Maskat Muscat ( npr )
maskbal fancy-dress bowl
maslag Datura stramonium ( sm )
masnadh prop ( sm )
masraf expenditure (sfb) & spend ( vtr )
masrour glad ( adj )
massacre massacre (sb)
massaf line, queue (sb)
massage massage (sb & vtr)
massal joke, trick, hoax (sb)
massalla prayer rug
masse mass (sb)
massengrabh mass grave, "potter's field" (sb)
massif mountain range (sb)
massing brass (sb)
massive massive ( adj)
massoul responsible, liable ( adj , sb)
massur weaver spool
mast mast (sb)
mastodon mastondon (sb)
mat checkmate (chess; sb)
matam lugubrious ( adj)
matamoro matamoros (sb)
match match (sb; sport)
mater mother ( sb)
Peltewih Mater Mother of All Things
materbahsa mother tongue (sb)
materia matter, substance (sb)
material material (sb & adj)
maternitat maternity hospital (sb)
materplack motherboard (sb)
matertat motherhood (sb)
math past tense of maneth
mathal saying, dictum (sb)
mathalan for example, for instance
mathematique (sing) = mathematics ( splu )
mathematiquer mathematician (sb)
mathmoun content (sb); to contain (vtr)
matier field ( discipline, sb )
matil moth
matrass mattress (sb)
matriarchat matriarchy
matrimonial separation legal separation
matrix matrix (sb)
matrose seaman (sb )
matruw maternal uncle ( sm )
matta mat ( sf ) ( bench )
matur mature (adj)
Matyah Mathew ( npr )
mau barter (vtr)
maul sacrifice (vtr)
maun warn (vtr)
maund protection
maung much, many (adj. & adv)
mauntia muse (sb)
maur dark; swarthy (adj)
maurdh murder (sb & vtr)
maurdher murderer (sb)
maurg morning from 0H00 to daylight, « graveyard s shift »
Mauritania Mauritania (npr)
Mauritius Mauritius (npr)
maurk destrier (sb) ; knight (chess ; sb)
maurkschalk marshal ( sb) ( in charge of horses )
mausoleium mausoleum (sb)
maut toll ( sb)
mauve mauve (adj ; color )
mauxekwan capillary vessel
mawi faded (adj )
mawjuiji ink brush
maxam design, intention (sb)
maxim maxim (sb)
maximum maximum (sb)
maxud intentional ( adj )
maydan playground
mayer tenant farmer (sb)
mayeutique mayeutics
mayka jersey (sb)
maykhana tavern, inn (sb)
mayl mile (avoirdupois system; sb)
maymoun monkey (sb)
mayn opinion (sb); to mean (vtr)
maynad maenad (sb)
maynen meaning (sb)
maynmeid poll (sb)
mays maize (sb )
mayster master ( sb )
mayu swampy ground
mayukh ankle (sf ) (wood )
mayuss disconsolate (adj )
mayzel butcher, hack, mangle ( vtr )
mayzelar pork butcher (sb)
maz maggot (sb)
mazbakh slaughterhouse ( sb )
mazgh (sing) = brains (splu)
mazreb big top of tent (sb)
mazuk strawberry ( sb )
me me (accusative)
meander meander (sb )
mecanic mechanical (adj)
mecanique mechanics ( sb)
mecanisme mechanism ( sb )
mecaniste mechanic, driver ( sb)
Makka Mecca (npr)
med with (means; prep)
medayl medal ( sb )
medaylon medallion (sb)
Medea Medea (npr)
medgu common pochard ( sb)
massen media (splu) = mass media
mede mede
mediatic media (adj)
mediatolker media player (software)
medic doctor, physician (sb)
Medici Medici (npr)
medicin medicine (sb)
medio middle (adj & sb ) ( center)
mediocre mediocre ( adj )
mediofingher middle finger (sb)
Mediomar Mediterranean (Sea )
Mediorient Middle East ( sb )
meditation meditation (sb )
medsu amidst ( prep )
medu mead (sm )
medusa jellyfish ( sf )
medv heady, inebriating (adj)
medven to make drunk (vtr)
medvia drunkenness (sb)
Medyeusteuropay Lands = MEEL = East and Central European Countries
meg very, much (adv)
megagmo the Great Way (ex : stars)
megalith megalith (sb)
megalomaniak megalomaniac (adj, sb)
megatmen magnanimous (adj)
megaurb megacity ( sb )
megder redwood (sb)
megdos greatness
mege size (sb)
Meger Belt Great Belt
megil (comp. meger; sup. megst) = great, large (adj)
Megil Hevd Holy Week
Megil Juma Good Friday
megil klewos (sing) = deeds (splu), big glory (sb)
mehgh to grant (vtr)
mehl grind (vtr)
mehld to signal, announce (vtr), to pray (vint)
mehlden prayer; description, particulars (sb)
mehldschid leaflet
mehlg milk (vtr)
mehlstrohm maelstrom
mehm remember (vtr)
mehmen remembrance (sb)
mehn think (vtr); thought (sb) (general)
mehr die (vint)
mehreina place to die (sb)
mehsg knit (vtr )
mehsgmen knitting (sb)
meic blink (vint) (eye)
meid measure (vtr & sb); ep meid = bespoke
meidaw upside down (adj)
meidic modest (adj)
meil prefer, like (vtr)
meinc diminish (vtr/vint)
meingfu issue ( sf) ( death )
meini minnow (sb )
meinyun fate, destiny ( sb )
meiose meiosis
meirong maze ( sm )
meis more (adv)
meist most (adv)
meith + acc. = change of (vint)
meithel main square
meiwrnt term (duration; sb)
meizd to reward, recompense (vtr)
meja table (sb) ( for eating)
mejban host (sm ) (receiving )
meje eat ( vtr ) ( seated)
mejeina dining room (sb)
Mekhlen Mechelen ( npr , city of Belgium )
mekhtab moonlight
meklemm ointment ( sb)
Mekong Mekong (sb)
mela black ink (sb); ink-black (adj)
melamine melamine
melankholic melancholic ( adj )
melanome melanoma (sb)
Melchisedech Melchizedek (npr)
melee melee
Melewagher Meleager
melg milk (sb)
melgarie dairy (sb)
Melgvia Milky Way ( sb)
melinder honey fritter (sb)
meln muddy (adj)
melodia melody (sb)
melomane music lover
melon melon (sb)
melopoia chant (sf )
melos softness, mellowness
melsk soft, mellow (adj)
melv flour (sb)
member member (sb)
membrane membrane (sb)
membraneus membranous (adj)
memmen + acc. = evoke the memory of (vint)
memorandum memorandum, memorial (sb)
memoria memory (sb)
memorise memorize (vtr)
mems limb (sb) (body)
memsbat (& memsbaten) = aching (when referring to tiredness, body; adj)
memuar memoir ( sb ) ( story )
men but ( conj)
menace menace (sb & vtr )
menach fop (sb )
menagerie menagerie (sb)
Mencius Mencius
mendel almond (sb)
Mendeleyev Mendeleev (npr)
mender mountain lake (sb )
menegh crowd (sb)
menexi violet (flower, sb)
mengain vice (for tools, sb)
mengusch pendant (jewel; sb)
meningitis meningitis (sb)
menos consciousness, spirit, intent (sb)
menot lunation, moon's month
mens mess (dinning room; sb)
mensc human, man (sb)
menscenressurces human resources
menscgenos (hu)mankind (sb)
menscule uvula (sb)
mensdeh wisdom ( sf )
mensdeht (& mensdehn) = full of wisdom
mensdehyazgen [mënsde:yAdjën] = zoroastrianism (sb)
menstruation menstruation (sb)
ment mind (sb)
mental mental (adj)
mental retard mental retard (sb)
mentangst remorse ( sp)
Mentat Mentat (sb ) ( Dune)
mention mention (vtr & sb )
mentor thinker (sb)
menue menu ( sb)
menuet minuet
menxu while (conj.)
meongcin bird of prey (sb)
mer mere (adj.)
mercantile mercantile (adj.)
mercantilisme mercantilism
mercat market (sb)
mercatcapitalisation market capitalization
mercatsok market research
mercenar mercenary (adj. & sb)
mercerie haberdashery (sb)
merchandising merchandising (sb)
mercie mercy (sb)
Mercur Mercury ( npr ) ( planet )
meremett mending (sm )
meremettise darn ( vtr )
Merenptah Merneptah
merg dive (vtr/vint)
mergbaurd diving board (sb)
mergis filth (sb)
mergist filthy, disgusting (adj)
mergschowbey diving equipment (sb)
meriend provision, food (sb)
merig merry (adj)
merit merit (sb) (advantage, benefit; law case)
merlang whiting (sb)
merlon merlon (sb)
merluce hake (sb)
Merovech Merovech
meroveching merovingian
mersie thank you (interjection)
merteck joist (sb)
merti mortal (adj) (doomed to die)
merto mortality
meryo young warrior
mesel blackbird (sb)
Mesopotamia Mesopotamia (npr)
mesopotamiak Mesopotamian
mespil medlar (sb)
message message ( sb)
message pwarn errand boy ( sb)
messager messenger (sb)
messe mass (sb)
messiah Messiah (sb)
messianisme messianism
mestiss mestisso, métis (sb)
mestissage interbreeding
met dish, meal (sb)
metabolisme metabolism ( sb )
metall metall (sb)
metallurgia metallurgical industry
metaphor metaphor
Metaschala Methuselah (npr)
metastase metastasis (sb)
Metastasio Metastasio
meteor meteor (sb)
meteoric dazzling, incredible (adj)
meteorite meteorite (sb)
meterise retrenchment ( sm )
methane methane (sb)
methode method ( sb)
metro underground ube (sb)
metropolis metropolis (sf )
mett mow ( vtr )
meublar furniture ( sm )
meuble piece of furniture (sb )
meudh ub = cheer up
meugh mug ( sm ) ( drinking )
meuk release (vtr ) , drop (vtr )
meun moon (sf )
meunweus moonrise (sb)
meurch cement (vtr ) (fig )
meurch harden ( vint / vtr )
meurcher mortar (sm ) ( concrete)
meurm swarm (vint)
meute pack (ex of wolves; sb)
mev gull ( sf )
Mexico Mexico ( npr )
mezzanine mezzanine
mi to me
miasma miasma
miau miaow
mic wink (sb); past tense of meic
Michael Michael (npr)
Michelangelo Michelangelo ( npr )
micri tiny ( adj )
micro microphone ( sb)
micro-rika headset (sb)
microbe microbe, germ (sb)
microbian microbian, microbial
microcosme microcosm (sb)
microcredit microcredit
microfinance microfinance
microorganisme microorganism (sb)
microphone microphone ( sb)
microprocessor microprocessor (sb)
microscope microscope ( sb )
mid past tense of « meid »
middien noon (sb)
midfabricat intermediate good
midspilker fid (tool for ropes)
mie (sing.) = noodles (splu)
miech blade of weapon (sb)
miechel thin strip / blade (sb)
miechstaven metal shutter
miedh past tense of madh
miegve childhood (sb)
miehel past tense of mahel
miekh past tense of makh
mielt honey (sb)
miembh past tense of mambh
miems meat ( sb)
mien my, mine; past tense of man
miens of my (singular)
mienthel past tense of manthel
mier big, large ( adj )
Id Mier Antsalg the Great Escape (movie)
mierk past tense of mark
Mierstieups Strider (name of Aragorn in the Lord of the Rings )
mierz past tense of marz
mieu past tense of « mau »
mieul past tense of « maul »
mieun past tense of maun
mieurdh past tense of maurdh
mieyn past tense of mayn
mieyzel past tense of mayzel
mifussal hinge (sb)
migh past tense of "minegh"
mighel mist (sb)
mignon minion (sb)
migrator migratory ( adj) ( bird)
miieu past tense of "miau"
mijmer censer (sb)
mikdar amount (sb & vtr)
mil thousand ( num ); past tense of meil
mild mild ( adj )
milder alleviate, mitigate (vtr )
mildet pity ( sb )
Miletos Miletus (npr)
mileus compassionate ( adj)
milfel mille-feuille (sb)
milgran pomegranate tree (sb)
milice militia (sb)
milicionaire militiaman (sb)
milieu milieu (sb) (environment)
militant militant (adj. & sb)
militar military (adj)
milite to be a militant
miliu millet (sb)
milium mile (measure unit; sb; in avoirdupois system mayl )
millenarisme millennialism (sb)
millennium millennium (sb)
million million (acts like a distributive number)
millionaire millionaire
milz spleen (sb; body)
mime mime (vtr & sb)
mimicrie mimicry (sb)
mimithav flighty, fickle (adj)
minara minaret (sb)
minc thin, slim (adj); past tense of meinc
mine mine (sb)
minegh urinate (vtr)
miner miner (sb)
mineral mineral; mineral aqua = mineral water
mingo sunday (sb)
miniature miniature (sb)
miniaturise miniaturize (vtr)
ministerium ios interior interior ministry
ministrant altar server (sb)
ministrell minstrel (sb)
Minor Conventual Conventual Franciscan (sb)
minorat minor, infant (sb, adj)
Minotaur Minotaur (npr)
minst least (adv); Minst antslehnkus lands = least advanced countries
minter less (adv)
mint mint (sb; flower)
mintean underbodice (sb)
minu slim, slight, tiny (adj)
minus minus (mathematics); missing (adj; when it refers to some counting)
minuscule small (letter)(adj. & sb)
minute minute (sb)
miracle miracle (sb )
miraculeus miraculous (adj)
mirage mirage (sb)
mirath inheritance, patrimony (sb)
miris stock ( sm )
mirveylment wonder ( sm )
miryow spell (sm )
misab eave (sb)
mischko high forest (sb)
mischmasch mishmash (sb)
mischnah mishna
miser miserable (adj)
misere misery (sb) (miserable situation)
misgvalt brutal mistake (ex: police abuse)
miskett muscat (sb)
miskin mean, miserable, poor
misogynia misogyny
misogyniste misogynist (sb) & misogynistic (adj)
misplais offend (vtr)
misprete misunderstand (vtr)
Misr Egypt ( npr )
miss to miss (someone)
missal missal (sb)
misserve to go against, put at a disadvantage
missil missile (sb)
mission mission (sb)
missulouk dia = to treat harshly (vtr)
mistreus to mistrust (vtr)
mith past tense of meith
Mithras Mithrras
mitkali vichy cotton (sb)
mitochondrion mitochondrium (sb)
mitra mitre (sb)
miulwa sugar cane (sb)
mix mix ( vtr )
miyanch broker ( sm )
miyanchia brokerage ( sb)
mizdenyagher bounty hunter
mizdo reward (sb)
mizrab bat (sb ) (ex baseball)
mlege softroe (sb)
mliak coax (vtr); meek, sweet (adj)
mo film (sb) (thin envelope)
moan Mon (people & language)
mobilisation mobilization (sb)
mobilise mobilize (vtr)
mobilphone mobile phone
mochi rice cake ( sb )
mode fashion (sb)
model model (sb)
modem modem (sb)
moder bluish (adj)
moderat moderate (adj)
moderator (TV, radio) presenter
modifie modify (vtr)
modus mode (sb)
moffic stuffy, muggy (adj)
mohgh past tense of "mohgh"
mohl past tense of mehl
mohldt /mohlden xitu = classified facility
mohlg past tense of mehlg
mohm past tense of mehm
mohn thought (past tense)
mohr past tense of mehr
mohrt death ( sb); dead (adj)
Mohrt Mar Dead Sea (npr)
Mohrts kyasen capital punishment (sb)
mohsg past tense of mehsg
moin fence (sb )
moineih to bedeck; strengthen
moini performance (of service; sb)
moinos ring (of people, for example in drug dealing)
moit (sing) = gallows (splu)
mokan plucky, jaunty (adj)
mokhayar moire, watering (sb)
mokrice woodlouse (sb)
mokye midge ( sb)( insect)
molda clay
moldure molding
mole mole (unit; sb)
molecule molecule (sb)
molg newt (sb)
moli jetty, pier (sb)
molie to give trouble (to do something; + dative of the person)
molika silver fir
molin mill (sb)
molive pencil (sb)
moll soft (adj)
mollach awkward lump
Mollah Mullah (sb)
mollesse softness (sb)
mollusk mollusc (sb)
molos setback, issue
molosser big hound
molybdenum molybdenum (sb)
moment moment (sb)
mon (a)lone, lonely
monarch monarch (sb)
monasteir monastery (sb)
monastic monastic
monazite monazite
monegask monégasque
monetar masse money supply
monete coins, change (sb)
mongoloid mongoloid ( adj. & n. )
moni necklace ( sm ) ( jewel )
monochromia camaieu (sb)
monocle monocle (sb)
monoculture monoculture (sb)
monolith monolith ( sb)
monopol monopoly (sb)
monotheisme monotheism
monotone monotonous (adj)
monoscope TV test card (sb)
monsignore monsignore
monster monster (sb)
monstrueus monstrous (adj)
mont mount ( sb )
montage ligne assembly line (sb)
montagneryss ( sing ) = roller coaster ( splu )
montay knoll, hillock (sb)
monte mount (a beast), assemble (a mechanism)
montur battle dress (sb)
moor moor (sb)
mops nasty little lap-dog
moquette fitted carpet, wall-to-wall carpetting
mor rubble ( sb)
morabit marabout ( sb)
moral moral (adj); morale (sb)
moralitat morals (splu)
moratorium moratorium
Morava Moravia
moravan Moravian (sb)
moravsk Moravian (adj)
moravski fraters (splu) = Moravian Church
morey moray eel (sb)
morber blackberry (sb)
morbid morbid (adj)
morbiditat morbidity (rate; sb)
mordv mordvin
Morea Morea (npr)
mores habits, customs (splu)
moribund dying, about to die (adj)
morja walrus (sb)
mork carrot (sb)
morphine morphine
mors mole (on the skin; sb)
mortaise mortise (sb)
mortal mortal (adj); mortal danger = danger of death
mortek bound to death (sb)
mortification mortification (sb)
mosayic mosaic ( sb)
moscel clam ( sb)
Moses Moses (npr)
moskitt mosquito (sb)
Moskva Moscow ( npr )
moss moss ( sb) ( plant )
mot burst (in mind; sb)
motac wagtail (sb) (bird)
motel motel (sb)
motic hoe (sb)
motion to make gestures
motivation motivation (sb)
motive tune (sb) (music)
moto motorcycle (sb)
motocycle (& motocyclette) = motorcycle (sb)
motocycliste motorcyclist (sb)
motor engine ( sb)
motorseg chainsaw (sb)
motto motto (sb)
mouhakeme conviction (trial, sb )
mouhar stamp (seal, sb)
moustache mustache (sb)
mov motion, move (sb); move (vtr/vint)
moveina circle of influence of a movement
movil loose, friable (adj; ex: earth)
movment movement (incl. music)
mowktan charcoal (sb)
mowtan tree peony
mox (moxu) = soon (adv)
Mozambique Mozambique
mozg marrow (sb)
mozzarella mozzarella (sb)
mreja fishing net (sb)
mriga big game animal
mu pout (sb)
muadeb respectful (adj)
mualim scholar, savant (sb)
muamma riddle (sb)
muassir contemporary (adj)
muazan muezzin (sb)
muazwl dismissed person
mubalarha pomposity (sb)
mubtada beginner, novice (sb)
mubtala afflicted, distressed (adj)
mucus mucus (sb)
mudam continually (adv)
mudel detergent (sb)
mudh mud (sb); past tense of meudh
mudhguarde mudguard ( sb)
mudimaar vain, conceited person (sb)
mudra roll (sb)
mufareb cheater
muff muff (sb)
muffel (big) mitten
muffin muffin (sb)
mufide salutary (adj)
muflis bankrupt
Mugdischo Mogadishu
mugeih bawl ( vint )
mugh bellow (vint)
Muhammad Muhammad (npr)
muhandis technician ( sb)
muhanga anteater (sb)
muhim considerable ( adj)
mujarim guilty, convicted (adj. & sb)
mujaurr neighbouring (adj )
mujilid bookbinder (sb)
mujra allowance (sb)
muk mouth (ex: of an animal); past tense of meuk
mukabal kabbalist
mukadar sullen (adj)
mukadma litigation (sb)
mukam stay, sojourn (sb & vint)
mukamstitule permanent resident card
mukarime benefactor (sb)
mukawi invigorating (adj )
mukel muzzle (of a gun; sb)
mukhatna circumsized (sm)
mukhayar street pedlar (sb)
mukhla time limit (sb)
mukhlat respite (sb)
mukhsen helpful (adj)
mukht sheaf (of straw; sb)
mukhtaj needy (adj)
mukhtmel likely (adj)
mukskip mugshot (sb)
mukuzay bric-a-brac
mulakat appointment (sb)
mulasel mullet (sb)
mulasim assistant (sb)
mulat mulatto
mulayim slight ( adj) ( fig)
muld slag heap ( sb)
mule mule (sf)
mulmul muslin (sf )
mult many ( adj)
multinational multinational
multiplatforme cross-platform (adj)
multiplicationstable multiplication table (sb)
Mumbay Mumbai, Bombay (npr)
mumia mummy ( sb)
mumkin feasible (adj)
mumps mumps ( sm ) (illness )
mumtase distinguished ( adj )
munassib congruent, adapted (adj)
mund world ( sb)
mundan wordly; pertaining to social life, refined (adj)
mundial world(wide), global (adj )
mundie Monday (sb)
mundmap map of the world (sb)
mundule mandala
munition ammunition (sb)
munk monk (sb)
munkin nun (sb)
munsche assistant, clerk (sb)
munt month (sb)
mur wall ( sb )
murabba jam (sb)
muraisch marsh ( sb)
murak cloudberry (sb)
mural (pineg) = mural (painting) (sb)
murar mason ( sb )
muraria masonry ( sf )
murch past tense of meurch
murdar dirty (adj )
murg white with a slight shade (adj)
murgan lamb with black stripes
murhoul Moghol
murjan red coral (sb)
murluster wall sconce (sb)
murm ant (sb); past tense of meurm
murmure murmur (vtr )
murmweik anthill ( sb)
murtrap service-hatch ( sb)
muru dunghill
mus mouse (sb)
musar buzzard
musch fly (animal, sb)
muschabad conjurer (magician, sb)
muschama bath mat
muschdiemen bow-tie ( sb)
muschkil painful ( adj)
muschkilan painstakingly (adv)
muschmwla medlar-tree (sb)
muschron mushroom (sb)
muschteri customer (sb)
muschteria customership (sb)
muscle muscle (sb)
muscleus brawny (adj )
musculature muscle structure (sb)
museium museum (sb)
music music (sb)
musical musical (adj); musical theatre (sb)
musician musician (sb)
musk musk (sb)
muskete musket (sb)
muslim muslim (adj. & sb); Muslim Braters = Muslim Brothers
muspad mouse pad
mussafaha handshake (sb)
mussafer traveller (sb)
mussalsal continuous ( adj)
mussim monsoon ( sf )
must wort (sm )
mustahkam on the guard yourself position (adj )
mustajer tenant, lodger ( sb )
mustathna apart from ( prep )
mustaur well-done (cooked; adj)
mustra sample (sb)
mustring monstrous (adj ; appearance)
mut mute (adj)
mutabuneg to second (ex: an employee) (vtr)
mutaasib biased (adj)
mutaassif sorry (adj)
mutabeid to disabuse
mutaharib belligerent (adj & sb)
mutalba claim (sb)
mutamarrid refractory, objectory (adj)
mutamayn to make up one's mind
mutamenos fickle (adj)
mutaol emptying (of a car's oil; sb)
mutasalzal shaky (adj )
mutaschalter network switch (sb)
mutatrehc change of direction
mutawassit average
mutaweik to move (house)
mutawoik metic (adj & sb)
mutiara pearl necklace (sb)
mutie mumble (vtr )
mutlak absolutely ( adv)
muton mutton
mutt to take place, to have grounds to
mutu each other
mutual mutual (adj); mutual fund = mutual fund
muwazana balance remains
muzlim low, feeble (adj ) (fig. intensity)
mwanien prosper, thrive (vint )
mwaungsou escape ( vpr )
mwembi mango tree
mweyssui unfinished ( adj)
mwurjien unmanned (adj)
myanma Burmese
Myanmar Burma (npr)
myehrk decompose ( vpr )
myehrs forget ( vtr )
mygal (& mygalomorph) = mygalomorpha (adj & sb)
Mykainas Mycenae (npr)
mykainay mycenaean
mynder proud (adj)
myndert pride (sb)
myohrk past tense of myehrk
myohrs past tense of myehrs
myriade myriad (sb)
myriapode centipede (sb)
myrobalan mirobalan (sb)
myrt myrtle (sb)
myryi (adj. pl) = ten thousand (num) (declinable; poetic)
mysterieus mysterious
mystic mystic
mystifie mystify (vtr)
mythic mythical (adj)
mythos myth (sb)
Mytilene Mytilene (sb)
mytin mutineer (sb)
mytinrie mutiny (sb)
naal horseshoe
naan naan (sb)
nabahsit (he/she) kept on talking, saying
nabh navel (sb)
Nablus Nablus
Nabukudurriussur Nebuchadnezzar
nabug trepan
nackal storyteller (sm )
nadh needle ( sb)
nadime guest (at table, sb)
nadir nadir ( sm )
nadureih perpetuate ( vtr )
nafassat exquisite ( adj )
nafiz piercing, keen ( adj)
nafore host, sacramental bread (sb)
Nafplio Nafplion ( npr )
nafsan to fell carnal lust towards (vtr)
nafsani carnal ( adj )
nafsania carnal lust (sb)
naft oil, gas, gasoline
naftaduct oil pipeline
naftalin naphthalene (sb)
naftequivalent tonne tonn of oil equivalent
naft kant petrol can
naftkiezghian bituminous shale
naftlamen oil slick
naftplatforme oil platform
naftpumpe petrol pump
naft-tanker oil tanker (sb)
nagor capital (city; sb)
Nahum Nahum(npr)
naiw never (adv)
naiwo never (adv)
najis filthy (adj )
najisse desecrate ( vtr )
nak reach (vtr )
nakadh cash (money, sb)
nakeb tuck, estoc (sb)
naker mother of pearl ( sb)
nakh silk carpet
Nakhchivan Nakhchivan
nakhel date palm
nakhodka master (of a vessel)
nakhut chickpea
nakeer small physical flaw
nakis not equal to the task ( adj )
nakwr big reptile
nalbant blacksmith, farrier (sb)
nam name (vtr & sb )
namdeh to name (vtr)
nami on behalf of
namic illustrious (adj)
namnak noxious, mephitic, dank (adj)
namor to date (someone)
namos (sing) = greetings (splu)
nanander husband s sister
nandu rhea (bird; sb)
nanina lullaby (sb)
Nanking Nanking ( npr )
nanotechnologia nanotechnology
nant to grow bolder ( vpr )
nao trouble (sb) ( problem )
nap turnip (sb)
Naphtali Naphtali (npr)
napi nappy, diaper (sb)
napter grandson
naptrice granddaughter
naptriya (sing) = grandchildren (splu)
naranji orangey (adj)
narc to fall asleep (vtr)
narcisse daffodil, narcissus (sb)
narcomania drug addiction
narcoterrorisme narcoterrorism
narcotic narcotic (adj & sb)
nard hum ( vtr )
nardban stairwell (sb)
nargil coconut (sb)
Narkis Narcissus (npr)
narkisisme narcissism
narn story, tale (sb)
narre tell, narrate (vtr)
narval narwhal (sb)
nas nose (sb)
naschast starch (sb)
naschastise to starch (vtr)
naschir publishing house
nasel to speak with a nasal twang
nask moist (adj)
Mullah Nasreddin Khoja Effendi Juha Nasreddin ( npr ; legendary figure )
nassab lineage (sb) (progeny )
nassel offspring (sb)
nassib luck ( sb ) ( happiness )
nassihat notice (sb) ( appeal )
naster muzzle ( sb)
nastil lanyard ( sb )
nastorm nostril (sf )
nastraj on guard ( adj )
nasuk precarious ( adj )
Natal Christmas (sm )
nater grass snake ( sb)
nation nation (sb)
national national (adj)
nationalisation nationalization (sb)
Nativitat Nativity (sb)
natric water snake (sb)
natrium sodium ( sb)
natural natural ( adj); natural catastrophe = natural disaster (sb); natural pa
rk = natural park (sb)
naturalise naturalize (vtr)
nature nature (sb)
naturelika naturally (adv)
naudh (see grammar) = need, require (vtr)
naudhberme shoulder (road)
naudhbleigos distress flare
naudhstand state of emergency
naudhudghang emergency exit (sb)
naudhward self defense
naufrage shipwreck (sb)
nauk craft, vessel (sb)
nauna nurse ( sb)
naurbat alarm (bell; sm )
nausea nausea, retch ( sb )
nauseabund nauseous ( adj)
nauseant nauseating (adj)
naut sailor (sb)
nav ship (sb)
Navarre Navarre ( npl )
navax to catch up with
navige navigate (vtr )
navtecton shipwright
nawag boatman, mariner (sb)
nay Pan-flute (sb)
nayade naiad (sb)
nayd to scoff at, jeer at
nayib deputy (adj & sb)
nayive naive (adj)
nayivitat naïvety
Nayrobi Nairobi (npr)
nayv dead body, corpse
nayvon simpleton (sb)
nayvsqual narwhal (sb)
Nazareth Nazareth (npr)
nazrani Nazarene (adj & sb)
ne not ( adv ); ne bad = not yet; ne importet = it doesn t matter; ne pro id
mund ! = not for the world
neanghen no-ne, nobody
nebahim ineffable (adj)
nebh cloud ( sb )
nebhskrehb skyscraper (sb)
nebos cloud, host ( sb)
nebule fog (sb)
nebulice nebula ( sb)
necessar necessary (adj)
necoct raw (adj )
necromant necromancer ( sb)
necropoli necropolis (sb)
ned reed (sb)
Nederland the Netherlands
nederlandso siuge Dutch disease (eco.)
neempediset (& neempedisen) = without mishap/incident (adv)
nefas baneful, harmful, ill-fated (adj)
negative negative (adj & sb)
nege deny (vtr)
Negheb Negev (npr)
negocye negotiate (vtr)
negro negro (adj & sb)
nehc violent death (sb)
nehc to die violently, to perish
nehkw darken (vint)
nehm distribute (vtr)
nehmwehrg distribution network
nehoneste dishonest (adj)
nehs to get through (vint)
nehsplan recovery scheme
neic kill (vtr)
neid nothing (pronoun); no (pronoun before neutral singular nominative & acc
neideti nothing more
neigvos impeccable ( adj )
neih to lead, to take (vtr)
neizd nestle (vtr / vint )
nekese stingy ( adj )
nel no (adj.; declinable, see grammar)
nemerto immortality ( sb)
nemortu undead (adj & sb)
nemos sacred grove (sb)
nemutaasib neutral (adj)
neofficial unofficial
Nepal Nepal (npr)
nepot nephew (sb)
neptia niece (sb)
Neptune Neptune (npr)(planet)
Neptwn Neptune (npr) (Indo-European god)
nepumess greenhorn (fig.)
nepunei with impunity (adv )
ner male (adj , sb)
nerce strength ( adj )
Nereide Nereid (sb)
nergven homicide ( adj & sb )
nergvon manslaughter (sb)
Nero Nero
neroti virility (sb)
nert strong (adj)
nerv nerve (sb)
nervencollapse fit of hysterics
nerveus nervous (adj); nerveuso systeme = nervous system
neskohpt (& neskohpten) = unexpected (adj)
nespekent despite (prep)
nest nest (sb)
nestorianisme nestorianism
neswehb minor (sm , adj) (child)
net net ( sb)
Netanyahu Netanyahu (npr)
neter ... ni = neither... nor
neti not... anymore
netrehdet impassable (adj)
nett (& netto) = netto (adj )
netwehrg network ( sfb)
neud use (sb & vtr)
neuk nape of the neck ( sb )
neurolog neurologist (sb)
neuron neuron (sb)
neuropath neurotic (adj & sb)
neurose neurosis (sb)
neus to sniff at, to scent
neuster nostril (of animals like horses)
neuter none of both, neither
neutral neutral
nev nine (num)
nevodh trawl (net; sb )
nevok lamprey (sb)
newissab unbeknownst to
nexion unification (of a territory to another one)
ni nor
nib (& nibo) = unless
nibam to beam down (Star Trek)
nic past tense of neic
Nice Nice (npr)
nickel nickel (sb)
Nicolaus Nicholas (npr); Nicolaus Cusanus = Nicholas of Cusa
niconte countdown
Nicosia Nicosia (npr)
nicotine nicotine (sb)
nidehn cut production (vtr); poor (adj)
nieb next to
nieber neighbor (adj. & sb)
niebst next (adj)
niebtreb dependency ( sb ; building)
niek reached (past tense)
niem mute (adj ); past tense of nam ; I won t
nient past tense of nant
nierc past tense of narc
nierd past tense of nard
nies our, ours; you won t = thou wilt not
niesel past tense of nasel
nieudh past tense of naudh
nieute crew (sb)
nieyd past tense of nayd
nifall fallout (sb) (ex nuclear)
Nigeria Nigeria (npr)
nigerien nigerien (adj & sb; from Niger)
nigv (& nigva) = nix
nigvehn crush ( vtr )
nigvie to go bathing (vint)
nihilisme nihilism
nihonschu sake (Japanese drink; sb)
Nikaya Nicaea (modern Iznik; npr)
niklad download
Nikodem Nicodemus (npr)
Nil Nile (npr) (river of Egypt)
Nilent [nilEnt] = slow (vtr/vint)
nilinekw to lay down (vtr)
nilufar water lily (sb)
Nilus Nilus (name of person)
nimen no-one, nobody
Nimrod Nimrod (sb)
nin stealth (sb)
Niniveh Ninive (npr)
nipflutt neap-tide (sb)
nippes (splu) = rags (splu)
nippon Japanese (adj & sb)
nipponrjien Japanese (a person ; sb)
nisbatan relatively ( adv)
nischan (land)mark ( sb)
nischt (& nischto) = nothing, naught
niscrib log ( vtr ) ( writing)
nispehc look with disdain
nisteigh get (vtr / vint ) (into a hotel )
nisteurd slide down ( vtr )
nistrehl to shoot down (vtr)
niter lower (adj)
Niterlands Lower Countries (hist.)
niterplag stun (vtr)
nitia circle of family and close friends.
nitrate nitrate
nitrogen nitrogen (sb)
nityis close relatives, next of kin (sb)
nivell level (sb)
niweirt to devaluate, belittle
nizari nizari
nizd past tense of neizd
no no
noba horn, cornett (sb)
Nobelpris Nobel prize
noble noble (sb, adj)
noblesse noblety (sb)
noct night (sb)
noctcamiss nightgown (sb)
noctluce night light (flame)
nocttable bedside table (sb)
noctur nightly (adj)
nodal nodal ( adj)
node knot (sb)
Noe Noah (npr)
nogaku noh (Japanese Theater; sb)
nogh claw (sb)
nogw naked ( adj)
nogwod unclothed
nogwtat nudity ( sb)
nohc past tense of nehc
nohkw past tense of "nehkw"
nohm past tense of nehm
nohmos distributive justice
nohs past tense of nehs
nojit ( sing) = scissors ( splu )
nojitskand scissors jump
nolb eelpout (sb)
nomade nomad (adj. & sb)
nomadisme nomadism
nominal nominal; nominal stieure = nameplate capacity; nominal wirt = par/face v
alue (currency)
nomination appointment (sb) (to a post)
non-alignement non-aligned movement
nonchalant lazy, nonchalant (adj)
nord north (sb & adj)
Nordwest Passage North-West Passage (npr)
Norge Norway ( npr )
noria noria ( sb)
noroc happiness (sb)
noroc-ye fortunately (adv)
noroct happy ( adj)
norren Norse (adj , sb)
norsk Norwegian (adj. & sb)
nos us (non-nominative)
noseih to help out (vtr)
nostalgia nostalgia (sb)
nostalgic nostalgic (adj)
notable notable (adj)
notar notary (sb)
note note (sb; including music)
notice short article, snippet (sb)
notor notorious ( adj )
notoritat notoriety, fame (sb)
nougat nougat (sb)
nov new (adj); nov yar = New Year (sb)
Nov Zeland New Zealand (npr)
nova nova (star) (sb)
novator novel (adj)
Novaya Zemlya Nova Zembla (npr)
novella novella (sb)
novgnaht (& novgnahn) = newborn (adj , sb)
novice novice ( sb)
novmeun new moon (sb)
novs (splu) = news
novsta bride (sb)
now crossbow (sb )
nowngmin peasant (adj. & sb)
nraveih delight (vtr )
nraviht (& nravihn) = pleased (adj )
nreday torrid zone
nrerliou warm stream (geography, sb)
nricheing schedule (sb)
nrischay sunstroke (sb)
nrwong fluffy (adj)
nu then (in opposition to de ; proclitic); namely (proclitic)
nuance shade (of color); subtlety (sb)
nuanceat shady, subtle (adj)
nub past tense of numeb
nubb nob (sb)
nuce nut ( sb)
nucel nugget ( sb)
nud past tense of neud
nude usefulness (sb)
nudtor user (sb)
nuga trinket (sb)
nugh twaddle (sb)
nugver kidney (sb)
nugwrnt bones (splu)
nukta dot (sb)
nuktet (& nukten) med = speckled, dotted with (adj)
nukwt unsaid thing (sb)
null null, nil (adj)
numeb to surround with a nimbus
numer number (sb); enumerate (vtr); Numers = Numbers (Bible)
numismatolog numismatist
nun now
nundiens nowadays
nuntos from now on (adv)
nuntro until now (adv)
nuper recently ( adv)
nuptos not long ago (adv)
Nürnberg Nuremberg
nurserie nursery
nus past tense of neus
nutrient nutrient
nyakha cogongrass (sb) (Imperata cylindrica)
nyesta stone marten (sb)
nylon nylon ( sb)
nymphe nymph ( sb)
nyong chrysalis ( sb)
nyowi ruyi (sb)
nyuti constraint ( sb)
O Deiwes ! Great Gods !
oasis oasis (sb)
ob because (of)
obedd breakfast (sb) & to have breakfast (vint)
obedeih + acc. = to obey
obehl semject ad semanghen = to be indebted to someone for something
ober (& oberkellner) = butler, waiter (sb)
obese obese (adj )
obischnuet ad = inured to
objec to object
object object ( sb)
objective objective (adj. & sb)
objurgue lecture (vtr )
obkwehk to prove to be
obligat Not at all ! (when replying to a thank)
obligat-ye obligingly (adv)
obligation obligation (sb)
oblige oblige (vtr)
oblique oblique (adj)
oblitere cancel (a stamp; vtr)
oblong oblong (adj)
oboe oboe (sb)
obol offering (sb)
obscene obscene
obscurantisme obscurantism (sb)
obscure obscure (adj, fig)
obsequieus obsequious (adj)
observe observe (vtr)
obsidian obsidian (sb)
obsiege besiege (vtr)
obsok search, rumage (vtr; investigating)
obsolete obsolete (adj)
obsweih hiss (someone; vtr)
obten obtain (vtr)
obture to close up, to fill
occult occult (adj)
occupe occupy (vtr)
ocean ocean (sb)
ocelot ocelot (sb)
ochag stove (sb)
OCIW Organisme pro Collective Inlyoigas in Wirtpapiers = Undertakings for Col
lective Investments in Transferable Securities
ocolo on the other side (of)
oct (& octo) = eight (num)
octave octave (sb)
octent dawn, daybreak (sb)
october october (sb)
octopod octopod, octopus (sb)
ocular ocular (adj. & sb )
od that (conjunction; ex I know that you... )
ode to emit a smell
odego shaft, stem ( sb)
odoc danewort (sb)
odor smell, odour ( sb)
odorat sense of smell
Odysseia Odyssey (npr)
Oedipus Oedipus (npr)
oeti waterbird (sb)
offend offend (vtr)
offensive offensive (sb)
offer offering (sb)
offerte supply, offer (in general; comm., sb)
official official (adj); official gazette = official gazette
officier (military) officer (sb)
ogive ogive (sb)
oglan guy (sb ; fam !)
ogor fallow (field, sb)
ogork gherkin (sb)
ogre ogre ( sb )
ogvi drake, serpent
ogvidingv "wormtongue"
ogvigvehn kill a dragon
ogwn oven, fire (sb)
ogwnark fender (fireplace; sb)
ogwnschirm firewall (sb)
ohgv past tense of ehgv
ohngw past tense of ehngw
oid inflate ( vint)
oid swollen ( adj )
oik some, a few ( pron )
oin one; ace (in games, cards)
oinkleitu tect lean-to (sb)
ois coming from (prep)
oisa ard draw bar (sb)
oisbehnd hug, entwine ( vtr )
oisbehrd cut out ( vtr)
oisbehrst burst out (vint)
oisbeud to wake
oisbrinegh bring out ( vtr ) (a principle)
oiscutt shake ( vtr )
oisdrabh clear ( vtr )
oisfall err ( vint)
oisghend take off ( phone ) ( vtr )
oisgwehm withdraw ( vint)
oiskav dig, carve out ( vtr )
oiskehrz cut ( vtr )
oiskeulk hide (vint)
oiskeup scoop ( vtr )
oisklad unload ( vtr )
oiskweit to make out, decipher
oisleub shirk ( vtr)
oisleur trigger (vtr )
oisloy outlaw (adj , sb)
oismitt fling, chuck ( vtr )
oismode old-fashioned ( adj )
oisnarc snore (vint)
oispleind shine, be radiant (vtr)
oistanek quench (vtr )
oistak past tense of oistanek
oistaun be amazed (vint)
oisteurb disturb (vtr )
oistrag remove
oistrehc stretch (vtr / vpr )
oiswaurg repress (vtr )
oisweind dispel ( vtr )
oiswind fan (vtr )
oisxeur scour (vtr)
oit oath (sb)
oitbrehg perfidious ( adj )
oitbrehg perjurer ( sb )
oiter one of the two, either
oiterped - ye hopping along, on one foot
oiv egg ( sb)
ojog saddle (culinary; sb)
ok (possible plural: okwi ) = eye ( sb)
OK [ okey ] = OK ( adv )
oka small basement window
oker ochre (adj , sb)
okey OK ( adv )
okhagni chill
oklap eye-patch
oklid eyelid ( sb )
oktorm (eye-) socket
oku quickly (adv ), fast ( adj)
okupeht " swift-flying"
okuspohc clear-sighted (adj)
okutat liveliness (sb)
okwekw race-horse, fast horse
okwi eyes (splu); med bare okwi = with the naked eye
okwivid-ye obviously (adv)
okwn bull's-eye (window, sb)
ol oil (sb)
ola awl (sb; tool)
olan elbow (sb)
olbjim giant (sb) (fig. tall person)
olgh worthy (adj)
olifant olifant
Oligocene Oligocene (sb)
olive olive (sb)
Oliver Olivier (npr)
olivine olivine (sb)
oljaquet oilskin (garment, sb)
olpalma oil palm (sb)
Olymp Olympus ( npr )
Olympiade Olympiad ( sb)
Olympian Olympian ( adj )
olympic olympic (adj)
om of the (masculine & neutral genitive plural)
om raw (adj )
oma grandma (sb)
Omar Omar (npr)
ombrage (+ acc) = to put under a cloud (fig.)
ombudsman ombudsman (sb)
omen omen (sb)
omnipotent allmighty, omnipotent (adj)
omoedd carnivorous (adj , sb)
oms shoulder ( sb )
omskinct (& omskingen) = (slung/worn) across the shoulder
on (& onos) = load, cargo (sb)
oncarr panel-van (sb)
oncle uncle (sb)
onctueus smooth, unctuous ( adj )
ongwen ointment (sb )
onkh nail (on finger; sb)
onir vision (in a dream)
oniric dreamlike (adj)
onogh talon, claw (of animal, sb)
onwogh truck, lorry (sb)
onyx onyx (sb)
oocyte oocyte (sb)
opac opaque (adj)
opal opal (sb)
opera-comique opera comique
operation operation (sb)
operationsysteme operating system (computing)
operative system operating system ( computing)
opercule cap (sb)
opinion opinion (sb)
opnos wealth ( sb )
opop ! cry of hoopoe
opos productive activity (sb)
opospledveh working population
opportun opportune (adj)
opportunisme opportunism (sb)
opposen oppose (vtr)
ops often (adv)
opsen harvest, crop (sb)
opst vegetable, table fruit (sb)
optic fiber optic fiber
optician optician (sb)
optional optional (adj)
opulence opulence (sb)
or vein, lode, deposit (sb)
ora foothill (sb)
oracle oracle (sb)
oral oral (adj)
orange orange ( sb , adj)
orangeade orangeade (sb)
oration oration, orison (sb)
orator orator (sb)
oratorio oratorio (sb)
oratorium oratory (sb)
orbat work, labour (sb & vint)
orbater worker, labourer (sb)
orbatfredo dien public holiday
orbatsforce labour force
orbh orphan (sb)
orbis orb (sb)
orbit orbit
orbitise + acc. = go into orbit around
orchidee orchid
orden order ( sb ) ( professional )
order intimate (vtr )
ordinal ordinal (adj)
ordinar ordinary (adj)
ordonnance batman (soldier; sb)
oreghen oregano ( sb )
Oreithya Orithyia
organ organ; (fig.) body (sb)
organic organic (adj); organic agriculture = organic agriculture
organ organ, body (sb)
Organisation om Naft Exportend Lands (ONEL) = OPEC (npr)
organisationstructure organization chart (sb)
orghen organ (music, sb )
orghi testicle (sb)
orgia orgy (sb)
orgumt origin, "coming from" (sb)
orhindeuropay proto-indo-european (adj & sb)
orie ex = to ensue from
orientation orientation (sb)
orifice opening, orifice (sb)
Origen Origenes
origin origin (sb)
original original (adj)
orinch disillusioned (adj)
ork Orc (adj. & sb)
orkester orchestra ( sb)
orlays rainforest (sb)
orm poor ( adj )
ornd eagle (sb )
orndfarn bracken (sb)
orne decorate (vtr)
ornament ornament (sb)
Orpheus Orpheus
orpiment orpiment (sb)
ort vine stock (sb)
orthodox orthodox
orthograph orthography
orthopraxia orthopraxy
os of (before masculine & neutral singular); face (sb; vx)
osanka chamaedrys
oschaf dried fruit
oschluk wild garlic, crow garlic
oscille swing, oscillate ( vint)
osk ash-tree (sb)
ost bone ( sb)
ostengrabh ossuary ( sb )
ostension ostentation (sb)
Osterreich Austria (npr)
osterreichisch Austrian (adj)
ostia (skeleton) frame (sb)
ostri oyster (sb)
ostrogoth ostrogoth
ostwrng knucklebone (sb)
osyern autumn, fall ( sb)
otac cattle bowl (sb)
otikh rest (sb)
otter otter (sb)
Otto Othon
ottoman Ottoman
oulak courier, messenger (sb)
ouler rein (sb)
oumer age (of a living being; sb)
ouper bank, shore (sb)
outer goatskin, waterskin; breast (sb)
outraget (& outragen) = offended (adj)
outsourcing outsourcing (sb)
outurnt seminal
ouvert overt (adj)
ouzer to apologize
oval oval
over task, undertaking; work (sb)
overall coverall (sb) (clothing)
overdraft overdraft (sb)
Ovid Ovid (npr)
ovoid egg-shaped (adj)
ovral action takings (on a vessel, for fighting)
ovrar project manager
ovule egg cell
ow sheep (sb)
oway cheer (vtr) & cheering (sb)
owet suet (sb)
owika ewe (sb)
owtow ralph, vomit (vtr ) ( ! sick)
ox to water (vtr )
oxalis oxalis (sb )
oxidant oxidizing agent
oxide oxide ( sb)
oxkant watering can (sb)
oxygen oxygen ( sb)
oyos thill (sb)
oyr gold coin
ozd branch ( sb)
ozdia tree view (classifying pattern); branches
ozdos branch pattern (sb)
ozone ozone (sb)
pace peace ( sb)
pacharva slut ( sb) ( vulg )
pachavura cloth, duster, towel ( sb)
pacific peaceful, pacific (adj )
pack pack ( sb & vtr )
pad pad ! quack quack ! ( excl)
padan expanse of wheel (sb)
paddel paddle (vint & sb)
padi rice plant
padma lotus flower
padwl puddle (sb)
paediater paediatrician
pag to settle down (vint); past tense of "paneg"
pagach omelette (sb)
pagan pagan (adj. & sb)
Pagasetic Gulf Pagasetic Gulf
page page (both « book » and « servant », sb)
pagode pagoda (sb)
pagos settlement (sb; country)
pah herd ( vtr )
pain-au-chocolat pain au chocolat
pakama rafflesia (sb)
pakyav wholesale buying
pal stake ( sb)
pala rocky heights ( splu )
palach executioner (sb)
paladin paladin ( sb)
palamar mooring rope ( sb)
palank hoist (sb)
palaska cartridge pouch ( sb)
palat palace (sb)
palco box ( sb ) ( for spectators )
paldun paling (wall) (sb)
palek guardian (sb)
Paleolithique Paleolithic (sb)
Palestine Palestine (sb)
palestini Palestinian (adj & sb)
palette palette (sb)
palinodia palinode
paliote paillote (kind of straw hut on beaches, sb)
pall (& pallid) = pale ( adj)
pallex thumb (sb)
pallexise sieno nas = to thumb one s nose
palliative palliative (adj); palliative kaur = palliative care
pallor paleness (sb)
palma palm-tree ( sb)
palme palm (of plant or tree; sb)
palmipede palmiped (adj & sb)
palmol palm oil (sb)
palpe palpate ( vtr )
palpeber blink (vint)
palpite beat, throb (vint)
palt quarrel (sb) ( crossbow )
palto mantle (sb)
pam palm (of hand)
pambuk cotton ball
pamen scabies (sb)
pampas-gras pampas grass
Pamphylia Pamphylia (npr)
pamrlan revolt (sb & vint)
pan section, piece, tail of clothing (sb)
panacea panacea (sb)
Panaytios Panaetius
panakida slate-broad (in schools; sb)
panama hat = panama hat (sb)
panamenyo Panamian
pancel slice of bread
pancer armour (thick protection ; sb)
pancerbrehg anti -armour
pancercolnier armoured collar (sb)
pancreas pancreas (sb)
pand (sing) = stakes (splu)
pandemia pandemic (sb)
pandit pundit
pandlayner pawnbroker (sb)
paneg to settle, to fix (vtr)
Panegsorgan iom Differenden Dispute Settlement Body
panell panel (sb)
paneurp patch up (vtr )
panglong sawmill ( sb)
pangsi black silk
pangsit wonton (sb)
panique panic ( sb) and panic (vint)
panire paneer (sb)
Panjab Punjab (npr)
panko mire (sb)
pankwent miry (adj)
pansyuh patch ( vtr )
pantalon (sing) = pants (splu)
pantek lower part of the belly (sb)
panther panther (sb)
pantoffel slipper (sb)
pantomime pantomime (sb)
panucla panicle (sb)
panyo wetland (sb)
pao slingshot (sb)
papa papa (sb)
papagall parrot (sb)
papaya papaya (sb)
papier paper ( sb)
papierpulp paper pulp (sb)
papil nipple ( sb )
papiross cigarette end (sb)
paplwn bedspread
papp pope (leader of Catholics; sb)
paprika paprika (sb)
paprikapiments (splu) = peppers (splu)
pap-test pap-test (sb)
Papua-Nov Guinea Papua New Guinea (npr)
papur typia (sb)
papuscha rolled tobacco (sb)
papyrus papyrus ( sb)
paquet package (sb)
par peer (sb )
paracentese puncture (medicine; sb)
parachute parachute (sb)
parachutist parachutiste (sb)
paracompass paracompass (sb) (Dune)
paradays paradise ( sb)
paradaysic heavenly (adj)
parade parade
paradigme paradigm
paradox paradoxe (sb)
paradwer French window (sb)
paragraph paragraph (sb)
parakletos paraclete (sb)
parallel parallel
paralysis paralysis (sb)
parameter parameter
paranoia paranoia (sb)
paranoid paranoid (adj)
parapett parapet (sb)
paraphe to sign
parasite parasite ( sb)
parassol parasol, beach umbrella (sb)
parat ready (adj); to make ready (vtr)
parautomatic fully automatic (adj)
paraydh burn completely (vint)
Parca Parca (npr)
parcellation (land) subdivision (sb)
parcelle plot, parcel (sb) (land)
pardon to forgive, pardon (someone); forgiveness
pare ward off (vtr)
parent parent
parfrehs freeze completely (vtr)
paria pariah (sb)
pariet past tense of "parat"
parika mistress (sb) (sexual)
parinda winged creature (sb)
Paris [parIs] = Paris (npr; capital of France); [pAris] = Paris (Greek hero)
park park (sb & vtr)
park om attractions amusement park (sb)
parking parking, car park (sb)
parkwaktmeider parking meter (sb)
parkwehr perform (vtr)
parlament parliament (sb)
parlamentar parlamentary, PM (adj & sb)
parlamentarian parlamentarian (English Civil War)
parlar parley (sb & vint)
parle de = to show off (vint; fig . while speaking )
parler phrasebook (sb)
parluar parlor, visiting room ( sb)
parmesan parmesan (cheese; sb)
parmenidei parmenidei
Parmenides Parmenides
Parnassos Parnassus (npr; Mount of Greece)
parodia parody
paroxysme paroxysme (sb)
Pars Persia (npr)
parschna crust, heel of bread (sb)
parsi Persian (adj & sb)
parsimonia parsimony (sb )
parsimonieus parsimonious (adj)
parstupp to draughtproof
part part (sb)
parterre flower bed (sb)
participative democratia participatory democracy
participe participle (sb); (+ acc.) to participate in
particular particular, peculiar (adj)
particule particle
partie party (sb)
partisan partisan
partise party (sb) (politics)
partition partition (sb); disk partitioning (sb)
partiture musical score (sb)
partner partner (sb)
partnerspect partnership (association between partnership, quality; sb)
parverd palfrey (sb)
parveulbh swaddle, to muffle up (vtr)
parvolg turn about (vint)
parwarisch livelihood (sb); parwarisch agriculture = subsistence farming
parwoik parish (sb)
pasar market street
Pasargadae Pasargadae
pasarghan street vendor (sb)
pasban night watchman (sb)
pascha pasha
pashtan pashtun
Pasiphae Pasiphae (npr)
Pask Easter ( sb)
pask to graze
passacaglia passacaglia
passage passage (sb)
passager passenger (sb)
passagerplav airliner
passance (sing) = articles (splu) ( lawyer)
passandase (sing) = savings, earnings (splu)
passar to take place (event, vint)
passat trade wind (sb)
passatsk yob (sb)
passe to pass; pass (sb), passage (of arms)
passement lace, braid, gimp
passion passion (sb)
Passion Hevd Holy Week
passionant fascinating (adj)
passionat passionate (adj)
passiva liabilities (accountancy)
passive passive (adj & sb); passive dom = passive house
passport passport (sb)
pasta pasta (for eating; sb)
paste pasta (sb)
pastille pastille (sb)
pastinak parsnip (sb)
pastiurma dried meat ( sb)
pastor shepherd, pastor (sb)
pastorat presbytery (sb) (pastor)
pastorkwaun sheepdog
pasture pasture (sb)
patan spinning wheel
patat potato (sb)
pateit pâté (sb)
pateit-in-cruste pâté en croûte
patelle kneecap (sb)
patent patent (sb )
patentire patent (vtr )
pater father ( sb)
patergven parricidal (adj), parricide (murderer of one's father; sb)
patergvon parricide (murder of one's father, sb)
patertat fatherhood (sb)
pati including (conj.)
patient patient (adj. & sb)
patili kitchen utensil
patina patina ( sb)
patria fatherland (sb)
patriarch patriarch
patrician patrician (adj. & sb)
patriot patriot (adj & sb)
patroller patrol (sb)
patron cartridge (sb)
patronage patronage (sb)
patronym patronymic name (sb)
patroxohn parricide (adj , sb = person)
patruw paternal (adj)
patwass patois ( sb )
pau little, few ( adv)
pauk few (adj)
paund path (sb)
pauper poor ( adj )
paupertatsoyl poverty threshold (sb)
paur fear (sb)
pauric frightened ( adj)
paursk search, look for ( vtr )
paursken research (sb; ex science)
pause pause, break (sb & vint)
pave pave ( vtr )
pavian baboon (sb)
pavilion pavilion (sb )
pawen peacock ( sb )
pawiropeku goodbye, farewell ( interjection )
Pawson pastoral god ( sb )
paydrwn blossom, open out (vtr )
paygh pay ( vtr )
paykut (sing) = pork chops ( splu )
paym itching (sb); itch (vtr)
paymen herder (sb)
payn hardly (adv)
paytak crooked (adj)
paytt suffer (vint)
paytten suffering (sb)
payttgehn agent pathogène/infectieux
pecan pecan (sb)
pech pitch (sb )
pecharka field / meadow mushroom
pechat postmark, stamp ( sb)
pecher blister (on the skin, sb)
pecmen (eye)lash (sb)
pecten comb (sb)
pectoral pectoral (adj & sb)
ped foot (sb)
ped-ye on foot (adv)
pedagog teacher (sb)
pedak ep - = on tiptoe
pedal pedal (sb)
pedalpoint prdal point (sb; music)
pederast pederast(ic)
pedophil pedophile (adj & sb)
pedghanger pedestrian (sb)
pedstol pedestal (sb)
pedyenpaund pedestrian crossing (sb)
pedyo pedestrian (adj & sb)
Pegasos Pegasus ( npr )
pehd fall (vx ; vint )
pehd-leuder-ye to plummet
pehd-nebsois to be completely taken aback (vint)
pehk comb ( vtr )
pehkw stove (furnace ); to cook (vtr/vint)
pehkwer baker (sb)
pehkwerie bakery
pehl stuff (vtr)
pehld fill (vint)
pehnd find (vtr) (to have a judgment on something)
pehrd fart (with a noise; vint)
pehrk furrow (sb)
pehrn sell ( vtr ), sale (sb)
pehzd fart (with bad smell; vint)
peichisch (!) = diarrhea (!, sb)
peigher nasty, wicked ( adj); (as a verb): de = to be angry about; dia
= to bear (somebody) a grudge
peigos pattern, design (sb ) ( ornament )
pein pain (sb)
peind enemy (adj & sb )
peingmin commoner (sb)
Peirayeus Piraeus
peisel pestle (sb )
peisk fishing (sb) and fish (vtr )
peiskerie fishery (sb)
peisklicence fishing licence (sb)
peit try (vtr)
pekeni very small (adj)
pekhlevan daredevil (sb)
Peking Beijing (npr)
peku livestock, cattle (sb)
pelegrina cape (sb) (mantle)
pelegv islet, small island (sb)
peleist Philistine
pelgrin pilgrim (sb)
pelgvos high sea
pelita lamp oil ( sb)
pelk axe (sb)
pell fur ( sb)
pellit pellet (sb)
pell-mell higgledy-piggledy
Peloponnese Peloponnese (npr)
pelote (wool) ball (sb)
pelp finish-flouring, panelling
pelpel butterfly (sb)
pelteck stammering (adj; sb)
peltewih flat land (sb)
pelu many, much, a lot (vx; adj & adv); + participle = by dint of
pelupoik many-coloured
Pelusium Pelusium
peluskohp eagle eye ("who sees a lot")
pelwika milk bucket (sb)
pemb pink (adj)
penal criminal (refering to criminal justice); penal register = criminal recor
penalitat penalty (sb)
pend nose (sb) (fam)
pendant counterpart (sb) (fig); pending (adj)
pendel balance pole (sb)
pendeloque pendeloque
pendule pendulum ( sb )
pendulesaat clock (sb)
pendyo gallows-bird (fig.; sb)
Penelope Penelope (npr)
penetre penetrate (vtr)
pengereh casement window (sb)
penicillin penicillin (sb)
penis penis
penk (& penkwe) = five (num)
penkalem pen (sb)
penkwdul cinquefoil (sb)
Penkwost Pentecost ( npr )
penkwozd hand ( sb ) ( kenning )
penn pen ( sb) (feather for writing)
pennon pennant ( sb ) (flag )
pennscrin pencil box (sb)
pension retirement (sb); (gosten) pension = boarding house (sb)
pensionfund pension fund
pensionat boarding school
pensive pensive (adj )
pensuk sand dust
pentagramme pentagram (sb)
pepermen experienced (adj)
peplos peplos (sb)
per through, by (prep); (elastic) per = spring (sb) (for bouncing )
perag brew, mix, stir (vtr )
perakende patch of land (sb)
perambh to surround (vtr); around (prep)
perbehnd league (vtr)
perbehrg hide (vtr)
perbleuf bluff (vtr)
percent percent (sb)
percentage percentage (sb)
perche perche (sb)
perchem toupée (sb)
perchin lock, bolt (sb)
percleich eccentric slot, cutter pin
perdic crank (sb)
peregrin foreigner on transit
pereih perish (vint)
peremptor peremptory (adj)
performant high-performance, outstanding (adj)
Perga Perga (npr)
pergamen parchment (sb)
Pergolesi Pergolesi
perhvdi last week (adv)
pericarditis pericarditis
peries surpass (vtr)
Perikleus Pericles
perikwehl + acc. = to frequent (a place; vtr)
perikweih to settle a score (violently; vint)
perikwihen to settle a score with (+ acc.; violently)
perikwiti gangland kill
perile peril (sb)
perimeter perimetre
periode period (sb)
periodic periodic(al) (adj)
peripheria periphery (sb)
peripheric periphereal (for computer, sb)
periple (difficult) journey(sb)
perischan pitiful (adj)
peristyle peristyle, colonnade (sb)
periwehrt to turn over (vtr)
periweiker perioikos
perkal percale (sb)
perkehlen hiding of stolen goods
perkeip to illustrate (to be the illustration of; vtr)
perkuin mixed forest (sb)
Perkunia Black Forest (Germany)
perkwn storm-god (sb)
perkwngayd snipe (sb)
perkyu (animal s) chest (sb)
perle pearl (sb); to form in droplets (vtr)
perleis to leaf through (vtr) (a book)
permadh soak (vtr)
permanent permanent (adj)
permehld communicate (vtr)
permeid ibo = take action to avoid
permiss licence (sb); past participle and past tense of permitt
permitt allow ( vtr )
perneic annihilate, destroy (vtr )
perneiceus pernicious (adj)
pernik gingerbread ( sb)
perodh forward ( adv )
perodhia advance (sb)
perodhsedd chairman (sb)
perom ferry (sb)
perore to hold forth
perpaneg to lease
perpaur to paralyze with fear
perpendicular perpendicular ( adj )
perpetual perpetual (adj)
perplex perplexed, puzzled (adj )
perron station platform
perruakchei brook (sb)
perry perry (alcohol)
persclav enslave (vtr)
persecut to persecute (vtr)
persehkw to pursue; persecute (vtr)
Persephone Persephone (npr)
Persepolis Persepolis (npr)
Perseus Perseus (npr)
persevere persevere
persic peach (sb)
persist (+ inf.) = persist
persna heel ( of foot, sb )
person person (sb)
personalitat personality (sb)
personel staff (sb)
perspective perspective (sb)
persrineg to chill to the bone, to numb with cold
se persteiv to dig one s heels in
perstrak to numb with tiredness
pert crossing (sb )
perton set to music
pertor ferryman, smuggler of people
pertu thoroughfare; gangway (sb)
pertulayter accomodation ladder
perturbe disrupt (vtr)
Peru Peru ( npr )
peruan Peruan (adj & sb)
peruca wig ( sb )
perusch Pharisee (adj & sb)
perut (& peruti) = last year
pervase console (sb) (fireplace )
perwehgh forward (vtr )
perwnt rock, boulder (sb)
peschkire towelling, tie-towel (sb)
peschmerga peshmerga
Pessakh Passover (sb)
pessimiste pessimist (adj & sb)
pesticide pesticide (sb)
pestifer pariah (adj )
pestilent pestilent (adj )
pesvenke pimp (!, sb)
pet (enclitic stressing identity)
petal petal (sb)
petanque pétanque (sb)
petard banger (sb)
petasos petasos (sb)
Peter Peter (npr)
peti small toolkit, small case (sb)
petis fairly, on the contrary
petitfour petit-four (sb)
petmesc grape jelly (sb)
petra stone ( sb )
Petrarca Petrarch ( npr )
petrarquisme petrarchism (sb)
petreus rocky (adj )
petrochemia petrochemistry (sb)
petrol oil, petroleum (sb )
petrosell parsley ( sb )
petwrnt all feathers of an animal
peung to make/have a puncture
peungst fist ( sb )
peunk punk ( sb )
peurk (& perku) = oak ( sb )
peurst (sovereign) prince ( sb )
peurstdem principality ( sb )
peurstin (sovereign) princess (sb)
peximett rusk (sb)
peyeth payot (Jewish sidelocks; sb)
pfehrst to point at (vtr); forefinger (sb)
pfehrster pointing device (sb)
pfeifer fife(-player) (sb)
pfohrst past tense of pfehrst
pfwehng dilate (vint)
phaeton phaeton (carriage)
phag eat (!, vtr ); se phact con sien gvibh (! Fam.) = « he s bawling out against
his wife » !
phalang phalanx (sb)
phallus phallus (sb)
phar lighthouse (sb)
pharaoh pharaoh (sb)
pharaohi pharaonic (adj)
pharmac medication (sb)
pharmaceut pharmacist (sb)
pharmacia pharmacy (sb)
phayak Phaeacian ( adj , sb )
phenomen phenomenon ( sb),
phial phial ( sb)
phieg past tense of phag
Philip Philipp (npr)
Philippines ( splu ) Philippines ( npr )
Philodem Phildemus (npr)
philosoph philosoph
philosophen petra Philosopher's Stone ( sb)
philter philter ( sb )
phlebotomia bloodletting (sb)
phlegma phlegm (sb)
Phleious Phlius
phoenix phoenix (sb)
phone (tele)phone
phone kuschk telephone booth (sb)
phonespionage telephone tapping
phoneme phoneme (sb)
phonograph phonograph
phosphor phosphorus (sb)
phosphorescent phosphorescent (adj)
photo (& photograph) = photo(graph) ( sb)
photoapparat camera (sb)
photograph photographer (sb); to photograph
photovoltayic photovoltaic (adj)
phrase phrase (sb)
phryg Phrygian (adj & sb)
Phryne Phryne (npr)
Phthiotis Phthiotis
phylis bud (sb)
physiologia physiology ( sb)
physiotherapeut physiotherapist (sb)
physique (sb) = physics ( splu)
physiste physicist ( sb)
phyt sapling (sb)
phyteina plant nursery (sb)
phytosanitar phytosanitary
piala cup (one-hand vessel without handle, sb)
pianji tablet (for writing; sb)
piano piano (sb)
piastre piastre (sb)
piau trim, clip (vtr)
piaumen clipping, trimming (sb)
pibeh sip ( vtr )
pic peak (sb)
piccolo piccolo (flute, sb)
pichen pinch ( sb)
pick pike (sb) ( ex for ice)
pick pick (vtr)
pick spades (of cards; sb)
pickant racy, biting (adj ) ( fig )
pickel ice axe ( sb)
pickin annoy ( vtr )
pickup pickup (truck; sb)
Pico della Mirandola Pico della Mirandola ( npr )
pictor painter (sb)
pictoresk picturesque (adj )
picture miniature (illuminated manuscript; sb)
pidek macaco, macaque (sb)
pieck past tense of pack
piece piece, play (sb) piece (in a game)
piece-montee pièce montée (cake)
pied-à-terre pied-à-terre (sb)
pieddel past tense of « padddel »
pieg girl (sb); past tense of pag
piel spear (sb)
pieng coin (sb)
pier pier ( sb)
pierk past tense of park
piern distant, far ( adj)
piesk past tense of pask
pietat piety ( sb)
pieu salivate (vint)
pieurn to slash-and-burn
pieursk past tense of « paursk »
pieut feed ( vtr ), food (sb)
pieutadditive food additive
pieydrwn past tense of paydrwn
pieygh past tense of paygh
pieym past tense of paym
pieytt past tense of paytt
pig past tense of pineg
pigeon pigeon (sb)
pigher past tense of peigher
pignos collateral security, pledge (sb)
piieu past tense of piau
pikinier pikiner ( sb)
pilav rice dish
pile pile (heap; sb)
pillar pillar (sb)
pilluck peck (vtr)
pilote pilot (sb)
pilule pill (sb)
piments (splu) = peppers (splu)
pinacle pinnacle ( sb)
pinak log (sb)
pince-nez pince-nez ( sb )
pincette tweezer ( sb )
Pindar Pindar ( )
pinduk skid (vint)
pineg paint (vtr); painting (result; sb)
pines pound (vtr)
pinew to feed (vtr, fig.)
pingel paintbrush (sb)
pingen painting (sb) (activity)
pinguin penguin (sb)
pinion pine nut (sb)
pinnace pinasse (sb; ship)
pinseing temper, character (sb)
pint pint (sb)
pion (Chess)pawn
pionnier pioneer (sb)
pior too (much/many)
pip squeak, pip (vint )
pipe pipe (for smoking; sb)
pipend dangle (vint)
piper pepper (sb)
pipernitsa peppershaker (sb)
piperspraiy pepper spray
pipette pipette (sb)
pipiusi dairy, milk-producing ( adj )
pir pear ( sb)
piranha piranha (sb)
pirate pirate ( sb)
piratia piracy (sb )
piraug (meat)pie (sb)
pirmwer spring (season; sb)
piruz turquois (sb)
pis past tense of pines
pischleme pushover, sucker (! idiot; sb)
pischman repentant ( adj) & repent ( vpr )
piscine swimming pool ( sb )
Pishun Pishon (Eden; npr)
pisk fish (sb); past tense of peisk
piskyol tassel (sb) (decoration)
pisse piss
pissuar orinal
pistach pistachio (sb)
pistol pistol (sb)
pit past tense of peit
pitancye poor food (sb)
pitcher pitcher (baseball; sb)
pithecanthropus Pithecanthropus ( sb)
piton rocky outcrop (sb)
pituita pituita (sb)
pituv nourishing (adj)
piurn fire (sb) (as an element); past tense of "pieurn"
piurna pyre, bonfire (sb)
piurnwehrg firework ( sb)
piut past tense of pieut
pivnitsar wine waiter (sb)
pivot pivot (sb)
piw past tense of "pinew"
piwer fatty, greasy (adj); to manure (vtr)
piwer acid fatty acid (sb)
piwernia fertile meadow (sb)
piwernt manure (sb)
piwon fat (vtr & adj)
piyama pijama (sb)
piyun peony (sb)
Pizarro Pizarro
pizd breast (udder of woman; sb)
pizdan woman s chest
pizza pizza (sb)
plab flap (sb & vtr)
plabdwer flap door
place place; square (sb); place (vtr)
placette piazzetta (sb)
placid placid (adj)
placircule roundabout, traffic-circle (sb)
plack plate, patch, plaque (sb)
plackentectonique plate tectonics (sb)
placunt flat cake (sb)
plafon ceiling ( sb) ( fig )
plag hit, strike ( vtr ); quenching, caliber ( sb) ( fig)
plaga plague, curse ( sb ; fig .)
plagel thrash, batter (vtr )
plagelpwarn whipping boy, underdog (sb)
plain plain ( sb)
plais please (vtr & interjection )
plaisure fun, pleasure (sb)
plaj beach (vacation resort; sb)
plajurb seaside resort
plakat poster, notice
plan plan, plane (sb); to plan
plane plane (ex: surface; adj)
planetarium planetarium
planete planet (sb)
planeur glider (sailplane; sb)
plang cry, weep (vtr & sb)
plangsalk weeping willow ( sb)
plank board, plank ( sb )
planken sheating, plank (sb)
plankton plankton (sb)
plantain plantain (sb)
plante plant ( sb)
plask shallow (adj)
plaster plaster ( sb) (medicine )
plastic plastic (adj. & sb); plastic arts (splu)
plastire dressing, bandage ( sb)
plat (& platt) = flat ( adj)
platane plane-tree ( sb )
plateau plateau (sb)
platen armur plate armour (sb)
platforme platform (sb)
platin platinum (sb)
platitsa plaice (sb)
Platon Plato (npr)
platonic platonic (adj, sb; ex: love)
platoniste platonic (adj, sb; when refering to Plato's philosophy)
platska license plate (sb)
platupod flat-footed
platwos wingspan, scope, calibre (sb)
plaut (& platu) = broad, large (adj )
plav (air)plane ( sb)
plavbehr aircraft carrier
plavdrom landing runway
playc agree, get on together ( vpr )
playct agreement ( sb)
pleban parish priest ( sb)
plebania presbytery (sb)
plebiscite plebiscite
plect shrug (one s shoulders; vtr)
pledveh the mass of people (sb)
pleh to fill
plehc to roll up ( vtr )
plehcstol folding chair
plehder flare (vtr )
plehp chat (vint )
Pleiades Pleiades (splu)
pleid plead (vtr )
pleidoyeir plea(ding) (sb)
pleina arrowhead (sb)
pleins dance of joy (vint)
pleisker lap (vint)
pleist most, the major part of (adj; most people )
Pleistocene Pleistocene ( sb)
plen med = full of (adj)
plenar plenary
plend grouse (vtr)
plenipotentiar plenipotentiary
plenitude fullness (sb)
pletia shoulder blade (sb)
pletwos stature, calibre (sb)
pleu to be at anchor
pleugh plow (vtr )
pleuk fly (vint); flight (sb); pleukend tapit = flying carpet (sb)
pleukghansen model flying geese paradigm (eco.)
pleukpisk flying fish (sb)
pleukrecorder flight recorder (sb)
pleus fin (sb)
plexiglas plexiglas (sb)
plexti braid (sb)
pliat dish (sb)
plictic boring ( adj )
plictisse bore (vtr )
plid past tense of pleid
plieb past tense of plab
plieg past tense of plag
pliegel past tense of plagel
plieng past tense of plang
pliehg to make sure to
plieyc past tense of playc
plins past tense of plins
plinthe plinth (sb)
pliohg past tense of pliehg
plisker past tense of pleisker
plohc past tense of plehc
plohcta intertwining (sb)
plohder past tense of plehder
plohp past tense of plehp
ploisko except (prep)
plor floor, terrain (sb)
plorkweit (plorkweitu) = undulation (terrain)
plormeiden land survey (sb)
plorsleid landslide (sb)
plosive (consonn) = stop (consonant)
Plotin Plotinus
ploton platoon (sb)
plott raft (sb)
plu past tense of pleu
plugh plow, plough (sb); past tense of pleugh
plug-in plug-in (sb)
pluk past tense of pleuk
plukel fowl, head of poultry ( sb)
plukwid in plenty (adv; adj)
plumbh lead (metal, sb )
plumbher plumber ( sb)
plume plume (sb)
plunder plunder (sb & vtr)
plur several ( adj)
plural plural
plus plus, extra (adv); past tense of pleus
Plutarch Plutarch ( npr )
Pluto Pluto (former planet; npr)
Pluton Pluto ( npr ) (god)
plysch plush (sb)
pnehg choke ( vpr )
pnehs to snort
pneig stifle (vtr)
pneis to put off (someone; vtr)
pneu (& pneumatic) = tire (sb)
pneus to wrinkle one's nose
pneustoffspraiy tyre sealing can
pnig past tense of pneig
pnohg past tense of pnehg
pnohs past tense of pnehs
pochette pocket square (sb)
pocrast wine with spices
pod paw ( sb)
poder container (sb)
podin vat, tank (sb)
podloga floor, floorboards
podstol support, stand (sb)
poduts common nase (sb)
poem poem ( sb )
poesis poetry (sb)
poet poet (sb)
poetic poetic (adj)
pogach focaccia (sb)
poh drink (vtr)
pohd past tense of pehd
pohk past tense of pehk
pohkw past tense of pehkw
pohl past tense of pehl
pohld past tense of pehld
pohltos plenty, abundance (sb)
pohltost plentiful, abounding (adj)
pohtel glassful (sb)
pohnd past tense of pehnd
pohrd past tense of pehrd
pohrn past tense of pehrn
pohzd past tense of pehzd
poig paint ( sb) ( color)
poignant poignant ( adj )
poik multicoloured, variegated, stained ( adj)
poimen mother s milk
point point (sb)
poison poison (sb & vtr)
poitt to have the right to, to be entitled to
polauror aurora, northern light (sb)
pold field (sb; including chessboard)
poldam ostentatiously (adv)
polden violka field pansy (flower; sb)
poldmus vole (sb )
poldskeir through fields
pole pole (geography; sb)
polec Polish (adj , sb)
poleih polish ( vtr )
polemique polemique (sb)
poli fortress (sb )
police police (sb )
police station police station (sb)
policeagent policeman ( sb)
policiste policeman (sb)
poliomyelitis poliomyelitis (sb)
polissa (insurance) policy
polite polite (adj)
politesse politeness
politic political (adj); "Is Politic" = "The Statesman"; politician (sb
politique (sing) = politics (splu)
politise to politicize (vtr)
pollen pollen (sb)
Polska Poland ( npr )
polt gruel, porridge ( sb)
poltergayst poltergeist
Polykleitos Polykleitos
Polyphem Polyphemus
polystyrene polystyrene (sb)
pomel pommel (sb)
pommesfrites French fries (splu)
pompe ceremonial, pomp (sb)
Pompei Pompei (npr)
Pompeius Pompey
pompeus pompous (adj)
pompier pompier (art)
pompic ceremonial (adj)
pon since, for (prep); present tense base of posen
pondos impression, inner feeling (sb)
ponnim Phoenician (adj, sb), Punic
pontific Pontiff (sb)
Pontificstat Papal States
Pontius Pilate Pontius Pilate (npr)
ponton pontoon (sb)
pop (orthodox) pope (sb)
popayghen down payment, instalment
populace populace
popular popular (adj)
popularise popularize (vtr)
population population (sb)
popule people (lower classes; sb); to populate (vtr)
populeus populous ( adj )
porche porch ( sb)
porcule piglet ( sb)
pord ford (sb)
pore pore
poreunc + dative of the person = order, command (vtr)
poreus porous (adj)
porg offer, show, put forward (vtr)
pori bush (sb) (African landscape)
pork pig; pork (sb)
porm fare (sb)
porphyre porphyry (sb)
porphyria porphyria (sb)
Porphyrios Porphyry
port port (sb)
portal portal (sb)
portcigar cigar holder (sb)
portfolio portfolio (fig.)
portic portico (sb)
porto postage (sb)
portmanteau coat & hat stand (sb)
portmonaie portfolio (sb)
portrait portrait ( sb )
Port Sayid Port Said (npr)
Portugal Portugal ( npr )
portughesche Portuguese (adj. & sb)
portvin port wine (sb)
pos after (prep)
poscras after tommorow (adv)
posdaril sustainable (adj) (development)
posdehrj maintain (vtr)
posen to lay down (vtr); posen un probleme = to pose a problem
Posidonios Posidonius
position position (sb)
positioner tracker, transmitter (sb)
poskwo afterwards, then
posmiddien afternoon (sb)
pospehrn management customer service, after sales service
possible possible (adj)
possowel " Under the Sun " (adv); to sunbathe (vint)
post post, mail (sb)
postalion postman (sb)
postamt post office
postcode postal code
postdiek mailbox
postgrind PO box
posthangjow mail-order
posthangjowpehrn mail-order sale
postlad moccasin (sb )
postmark stamp, postmark ( sb)
postmaster postmayster (sb)
postmortem posthumous
postpigeon homing pigeon (sb)
postulat postulate (sb)
postule to postulate
pot pot (sb)
potass potash
potassium potassium (sb)
potem fathom (sb)
potential potential (adj & sb)
potentiometer potentiometer
poterie pottery (sb)
poterna postern (sb)
poter potter
poti mister, sir; lord (sb)
potion potion (sb)
potire pitcher (sb)
potischah padishah (sb)
potnia madam, lady (sb)
potnika miss (sb)
poul pool ( sb)
poupdeck poop ( sf )
povesti clothing ( sb)
povidel plum mousse (sb)
prabh right, fair (adj )
prabh mores (splu) morality (sing)
prabh torg fair trade
prabhil rule ( sb) ( of conduct)
prabhil guideline (sb )
prabhtat fairness (sb)
practic practical (adj ); traineeship (sb)
practicant trainee
practician practitioner
practis consulting-room (sb)
practie practise (vtr)
praebende prebend (sb)
praedd devour (vtr); prey (sb)
praedicator Dominican (monk)
Praha Prague (npr)
pram barge (sb)
pranier pillory (sb)
praseodymium praseodymium (sb)
praxis practice (sb)
Praxiteles Praxiteles (npr)
prayghest hand reach (sb)
pre before (temporal preposition)
preambule preamble (sb)
precaution care (sb)
precedd precede (vtr)
precept precept (sb)
preche preach (vtr)
prechen preaching (sb)
precieus precious (adj)
precipice precipice (sb)
precipitation precipitation (sb)
se precipite rush (vint)
precis precise, accurate (adj)
precoce precocious
precolombian precolumbian
predator predator (adj. & sb)
predecessor predecessor (sb)
predicative predicative (gram.)
predilection predilection (sb)
predisposen to predispose (vtr)
predominant predominant (adj)
preemptive weir preemptive war
preface preface (sb)
prefect prefect
prefer prefer (vtr )
pregen imbue, impregnate ( vtr )
preghes before yesterday (adv)
prehg to pray, ask (someone; to do = ke(m) + verb)
prehgen prayer (sb)
prehistoria prehistory
prehp to appear, to come into sight
prehsc ask in marriage (vtr)
preih enjoy ( vtr )
preihplen affectionate (adj )
preim receive ( vtr )
prekaursprabhil precautionary principle
prekheiss sense, forebode ( vtr )
prelat prelate (sb)
preleiv to take (a sample; ex: science; vtr)
prelude prelude (sb)
prem- present tense base of pressem
prematur premature (adj )
premeditation premeditation (sb)
premehnmon warning (adj )
premiere premiere
premiss premise ( sb)
premium premium ( sb)
premonitor prescient (adj )
prenam first name, forename
prepage flyleaf (sb)
preparation preparing (sb)
prepare prepare (vtr)
prepayghen advance (sb) (money)
preponderance supremacy (sb)
prepost provost (sb)
preraphaelite pre-raphaelite
prerogative prerogative (sb)
presayg to predict
prescrib ( prescrìb ) = to prescribe
prescription prescription (sb)
presence presence (sb)
present present (adj)
presidence presidency (sb )
president president ( sb)
presidium presidium (sb)
presse press (sb; journalism, recruitment)
pressem press (vtr) & pressure (sb)
pressening tarpaulin (sb)
press-papier clipboard (sb)
pressure trakh pressure suit ( sb) (clothing)
prest first (of more than 2); prest officier = first officer (aircraft)
presumptueus presumptuous (adj.)
preswed freshwater
prete understand ( vtr )
pretend claim, pretend (vtr)
pretensieus prententious
preter first of 2, former (adj); first (adv)
preterit preterit
pretexte pretext ( sb)
pretorium courtroom ( sb )
preus to burn (feeling )
Preussen Prussia (former German province or kingdom; npr)
preussenblou Prussian blue (adj & sb)
preustang hair iron (sb)
prevarie prevaricate (vint)
prev past (sb & adj)
preven to prevent
preventive concordat receivership (sm )
prever former (adj), before, formerly (adv)
prevst once, before (adv)
pri by, along (prep)
Priapos Priapus (npr)
pribeud to puzzle (vtr; to make somebody pay attention)
prickel fizz (vint)
prickelscharab pop (drinking; sb)
Pridanwstria Transnistria
pridem stillness, freedom
prie-dieu prie-dieu (sb)
priem edge, border (sb)
prient friend (sb)
prientia friendship (sb)
prientlik friendly (adj)
prieslen spindle whorl
prih past tense of preih
prileips + acc. to be in breach of, to fail to observe
prim prime (number); past tense of preim
primar talim primary education (sb)
primark markup (computer)
primatia primacy (sb)
primitive primitive (adj)
primordial primordial (adj)
primule primrose (sb)
prince prince (sb) (son of the ruler)
princesse princess (sb)
principal principal ( adj )
principe principle (sb)
prined take (vtr ) ( a city )
print footprint, track
printer printer (computer, sb)
prioritat priority (sb)
pris price (sb); past participle & past tense of prined
prise prize (of war); taking (after a siege)
prisindex Price Index ( sb)
prisma prism ( sb)
prison prison ( sf)
prisoner prisoner ( sb)
prispehc + acc. = to attend
prist period of time
pristah to stand by
pristic periodic ( adj )
pritor amateur, lover (adj , sb) ( who likes)
prityohc tributary (river, sb)
privat private (adj) (opposed to " public "); privat individu = private indivi
dual (sb)
privatisation privatization
privilege privilege (sb); to favour (vtr)
priy appreciable (adj)
prix prize (sb)
pro for (prep); (as a verbal prefix means ahead ; the verb triggers dative)
proag to move off
proaiwo forever (adv)
proapo following the stream (adv)
proba sample ( sb )
probable probable ( adj)
probe to put to the test
probeprist probation (workplace)
probeud wake (vtr)
probire try on (a garment; sb)
problematique underlying problem
probleme problem (sb)
procastell forecastle (sb)
proceddat process, way of acting (sb)
proceddure procedure, proceedings (sb)
procent percent (sb)
procentage percentage (sb)
process process, trial (sb)
processor central processing unit (CPU, sb)
Proclus Proclus
procurature the Attorney's Office, prosecution
procure provide, get ( vtr )
procureur attorney, prosecutor ( sb)
prod ahead (prep)
prodah hand over (vtr; a criminal)
Prodic [prOdik] = Prodicus
prodigal prodigal (adj)
produc produce (vtr)
productionszangir production line
productive productive (adj)
prodwals outpost (sb)
proe already, first (adv; proclitic)
profan secular (adj & sb)
profession os fid profession of faith
profile profile
profit profit (sb, commercial)
profitable profitable (adj)
profite (+ acc.) = to take advantage of
profitsmyehren profit sharing (sb)
profume perfume
profund profound (adj)
profunditat profoundness
prognohsa forecast (sb)
programme program ( sb)
programmation lurhat programming language (sb)
progress progress (sb)
prohg suitor (sb); past tense of prehg
prohibeih prohibit (vtr)
prohibitive prohibitive
prohp past tense of prehp
prohsc past tense of prehsc
proid to fret
project project (sb)
projection projection, showing (sb) (to project a movie)
prokal to call out to (+ acc.)
Prokrustes Procrustes (npr)
prokwe near (prep. & adj)
prokwem near (prep. & adj)
Prokweust Middle East ( npr )
prokwitat proximity
prokwol sidekick (sb)
prokwst nearest
proletar proletarian (adj & sb)
proletarian proletarian (adj)
proletariat proletariat
prolifere to proliferate
Promanthus Prometheus ( npr )
promanthusic Promethean ( adj )
promenade walk (avenue; vx)
se promene to have a walk (vx)
promi (& prominent) = celebrity (sb; person)
promiscuitat lack of privacy
promiss promise (sb); past tense & past participle of promitt
promissor promising (adj)
promitt promise (vtr)
promontur promontory (sb)
prompt prompt (adj)
pron prone (adj )
pronomen pronoun (sb)
pronunce pronounce (vtr )
propaganda propaganda (sb)
propage spread (vtr)
propedeutique propaedeutics
propeller propeller (sb)
prophet prophet (sb)
prophetia prophecy (sb)
prophecy prophesy (vtr)
propice propitious, suitable (adj)
propizdan "forward-breasted"
propodia front-end, forecarriage (sb)
propon present tense base of proposen
proposen propose (vtr); proposal (sb)
propylayum propylaea
prosch close to, near (with an idea of movement)
proschkehmb ant = bow low / prostrate before ( vint)
prose prose (sb)
proselyte proselyte (adj & sb)
prospec [prospEk] = prospect (vtr)
prospect leaflet, brochure; perspective (sb)
prospector prospector (sb)
prosper prosperous (adj)
prosperitat prosperity ( sb)
prostate prostate (sb)
prostek silly, booby, fool (sb & adj)
prostitution prostitution ( sb)
prostre prostrate (vtr )
protection protection (sb)
protectionisme protectionisme
proteg ( protèg ) = protect (vtr)
proteiforme multi-figured (adj)
protein protein (sb)
protest (& protestation) = protest ( sb)
protestant Protestant ( adj , sb); Protestant Union = Protestant Union ( n
pr )
proteste protest (vint)
prothesis prosthesis
protiapo against the current (adv)
protie /protiev = against
protiebeud wake up (vtr; against one's will)
protiedar to hold back
protiedeh to apprend
protiediewo against the sunlight (adv)
protiekyeuk to ward off (a spell)
protiemleu exclaim (vint)
protietrag to tug
protievol reluctance ( sb)
protiokw stare at ( vtr ); look (on a face; sb)
protipam arm wrestling
protocol protocol; statement (book against an offender)
protocolire to book an offender
protohistoria protohistory
protonat protonate (adj)
prototype prototype (sb)
proverb proverb
proviande provisions of food (splu)
provid pro = provide for (vint)
providencial providential (adj)
proviende provision (reserve, sb)
provoque provoke (vtr)
prudence prudence (sb)
prudent prudent (adj)
prue early morning (sb; sometimes used as an adverb too)
prun plum (sb)
prus past tense of preus
pruss Prussian (Baltic people ; sb)
prussisk Prussian (Baltic people and language; adj)
pruswa hoarfrost (sb)
pruv proof, evidence ( sb)
pryster priest ( sb)
psalm psalm ( sb )
psalmodie chant, drone out ( vtr )
psalterio psalter (sb)
pseudonym pseudonym ( sb)
psianschou swindle (! sb)
psora scabies (sb)
Psyche Psyche (npr)
psychanalyse psychanalysis (sb)
psychiater psychiatrist (sb)
psycholog psychologist (sb)
psychopath psychopath (adj. & n.)
psychose psychosis
psychotrope psychoactive (drug) (adj & sb)
ptelei poplar (sb)
pterg wing (sb)
pterodactylus pterodactylus (sb)
ptilo plume, panache ( sb)
Ptolemayos Ptolemy ( npr )
ptor feather ( sb)
public public (adj & sb); public transports = public transports (splu)
publican publican (adj & sb)
puddel poodle (sb)
pudding pudding (sb)
puericulture infant care (sb)
Puerto Rico {pwErto rIko} = Puerto Rico
pugil pugilist (sb)
pugma wrestling (sb)
puik pine (sb)
puk thick (adj)
pukukyah to wriggle
puladh blade of weapon
pulc flea (sb)
puleig pennyroyal (mint; sb)
pullie pulley (sb)
pullman coach, bus
pullover sweater (sb)
pulmon lung (sb)
pulp pulp (sb)
pulpoik spotted ( adj )
puls pulse (sm )
pult desk, lectern ( sb)
pulver powder ( sb)
pumpe pump ( sb)
punctual punctual (adj)
punctue to dot, mark
puncture puncture (ex : of tyre; sb)
pund pound (sb); pund sterling = Pound Sterling (sb)
punese drawing pin
pung button ( sb ) (machine ); past tense of peung
punor however, on the other hand (adv )
pupill pupil (sb) ( all meanings)
pupp doll (sb)
Purat Euphrates (npr)
pur (& pure) = pure (adj )
puree puree (sb)
purgatorium purgatory
purge purge (sb ; fig )
purkan blowing snow (sb)
purpwr purple (sb , adj )
purt child (sb) ( descendant)
pus pus ( sb)
pusc push ( vtr )
puscht tearaway, scallywag (sb)
pusinos coniferous forest (sb)
pussa small fat man (sb)
pussire push ( vtr ) (fig. to cause to)
pustak grimoire ( sb)
pusten desolate, barren (adj ) ( place)
put well (sb; for water)
putrid putrid (adj)
puwen clean (vtr)
puwnster domestic help (woman; sb)
pux thick tail; pux- id scol = to play truant
puyku superb (adj)
puzzle jigsaw puzzle
pwarn boy (sb)
pwol half (adv)
pwolter one and a half
pygmay pygmy, pigmy
pylcell virgin, maiden (sb)
pyramide pyramid (sb)
Pyreneis Pyrenees (npr)
pyrite pyrite, fool s gold (sb)
pyroclastic nebos pyroclastic flow (volcano; sb)
pyrot gunpowder ( sb)
pyrotechnique (sing.) = pyrotechnics
pyssic pussy (cat) ( sb)
Pythagoras Pythagoras ( npr )
pythagorei pythagorean (adj. & sb)
pythia Pythia ( sb )
qua interrogative & relative pronoun for feminine singular nominative & neu
tral plural nominative & accusative
quader framework (sb) ( fig )
quaderpetra freestone (sb)
quadrat square (adj. & sb); quadrat raudh = square root
quadrille quadrille (sb)
qualg which (one)
qualifie qualify (vtr)
qualitat quality (sb)
quan when
quando when
quant all (adj)
quanter everywhere ( adv )
quantitat quantity (sb)
quantloc everywhere (adv )
quantplor off-road (vehicle; adj )
quap tadpole (sb)
quapt castration (sb)
quar four (num); "Quar arya sontias" = "Four noble truths" (buddhism)
quarantaine quarantine (sb)
quaresma lent
quartal block of houses ( sb)
quarterback quarterback (football; sb)
quarterdeck quarterdeck (sb)
quartett quartet (sb)
quartier quarter; billeting (sb)
quasi nearly, quasi
quat handful (sb)
quaternar quaternary
quatrain quatrain (sb)
quayque (al)though
quayt how much/many ( pronoun )
quebecois québécois, quebecer (adj & sb)
quel interrogative & relative pronoun for undetermined singular nominative &
quem as, than ( with comparative )
quer where
question question ( sb)
questionar survey, questionnaire (sb )
questor tax collector ( sb)
quetzal quetzal
queu queue (sb & vint)
qui masculine singular nominative singular pronoun ; undetermined plural no
minative & accusative interrogative & relative pronoun
quie quay, wharf, embankment (sb)
quiett quiet ( adj)
Don Quijote Don Quixote (npr)
quincalier ironmonger (sb)
quintal quintal (100 kg; sb )
quitance bill, invoice (sb)
quintessence quintessence (sb)
quitte quits (adj), quit (vtr)
quo what (general relative pronoun)
quod what ; that, which (relative pronoun neutral nominative & accusative)
quodquid bih to anyway, be that as it may
quom interrogative & relative pronoun masculine singular accusative
quos whose (when referring to a singular nominative & accusative noun)
quosmed how, with what (referring to an instrument)
quote quota; quotation, rating (sb)
quoter which (of two)
quotient quotient (sb)
quoy interrogative & relative pronoun masculine plural nominative.
raa yard (sailing, sb)
rab to abduct
rabab rebec (sb )
rabar roll in the dust (vint)
rabat discount (sb)
rabbin Rabbi (sb)
rabbinic rabbinic
rabiabahsa gibberish (sb)
rabita bale (sb)
rabos rabies (sb)
rach sulfuric acid (sb)
Rachel Rachel (npr)
radh advise (dative of the person; vtr); piece of advice (sb); Radh ios Ject
pospolita Polska in exile = Government of the Republic of Poland in exile
radian radian (sb)
radiator radiator ( sb); radiator sayp = grille ( sb) (vehicle )
radical radical ( adj )
radio radio ( sb)
radioactivitat radioactivity (sb)
radioamateur amateur radio (sb)
radiotherapia radiation therapy (sb)
radius radius (sb) (circle)
radja rajah
raffinerie refinery (sb)
rafik mate, pal, buddy (sb)
raflat somnolence, sleepiness (sb)
raflatic sleepy (adj)
raga register of voice
rage rage (sb)
ragh lacerate (vtr )
ragou stew (sb)
rah enumerate (vtr)
rahas-ye secretly (adv )
rahat rest ( sb & vint )
rahim merciful (adj)
rahimat (+ acc.) to have mercy / pity on
rai ray ( sb)
raid raid (sb)
railvia railway ( sb)
railvia skeirdrom level crossing (sb)
raison reason ( sb)
raisonable reasonable (adj)
raisonen reasoning (sm )
rajem stone (vtr )
rakakel cackle (vint)
rakete rocket ( sb)
rakia rakia (sb)
ralise coarse (adj, person)
rallie + acc. = go along with (vint); rally (sb)
Ramah Ramah (former city in Israel; npr)
ramak last breath (sb )
ramal to tell fortune (vtr )
ramazan Ramadan ( sb)
rampe ramp ( sb)
ramsa fair ( sb)
Ramses Ramesses (npr)
ramun chamomile (sb)
rancic rancid (adj)
rancor resentment, rancour (sb)
rand rim, edge (sb)
random random (adj & sb)
random access memoria random access memory (sb)
rang rank (sb)
ranger ranger (sb)
ranghi colour, shade (sb)
ranghin flowery (adj)
ranking ranking (sb)
ranuncule buttercup (sb)
rap rape (plant; sb)
rapanui Rapa Nui (adj & sb; inhabitant of Easter Island)
Rapa Nui Easter Island (npr)
raptor abductor ( adj , sb)
rapeina field of rapes ( sb)
Raphael Raphael ( npr ) ( Italian artist )
raphia raffia (sb)
rapid fast (adj )
rapid rapid (sb ) (in a river))
rapire rapier (sb)
rapport report (sb)
rapporteur rapporteur (sb)
rapproche se kye = to come closer to (fig.)
rapprochement rapprochement
rapt kidnapping, abduction (sb)
rapuncel corn salad (sb)
raquet racket (sb)
rar rare (adj)
rarz rage (vint)
Raschid Rashid
rase to raze (to the ground) (vtr)
raskal scurvy fellow, cad (sb)
rasp rasp (vtr )
raspeus rough ( adj)
rass cape (sb)
rassass lead shot ( sb)
rassure reassure ( vtr )
raster rake ( sb)
rat rat (sb)
ratafia ratafia (sb)
ratib set price (sb)
ratibsafer package tour
ratifie ratify (vtr )
ratio rate (sb)
rational rational (adj)
rationire rationing (sb) and ration (vtr)
ratusch City Hall (sb)
raubh to steal, rob (vtr)
raudh root (sb)
rauf ruffle (vtr )
raufank chimney hood (sf )
raug wrinkle (sb)
rauk rude, raucous (adj )
raumateria raw material (sb)
raunaft crude oil
rauza funerary garden
ravage havoc, ravage (sb)
ravan walk, stroll (sb)
ravine gully ( sb)
ravioli ravioli (sb)
ravun engagement gift
rawaj currency unit ( sb)
rayha scent (sb)
raym sundry ( adj)
rayn queen (sb)
rays Head of State
rayvan stroll (vint)
razzia raid (sb)
razzye raid (vtr)
re re, case, affair (sb)
reactionair reactionary (adj; pol.)
real real (adj)
reanimation kerd - = cardiac resuscitation
rebell rebel (sb, adj)
rebellion rebellion (sb)
rebiakmen rib vault (sb)
rebio rib (sb)
recapitalisation seasoned equity offering
recension review (critical appraisal of a work)
recent [rëtsEnt] = recent (adj)
recep [rëtsEp] = receive (vtr)
recept (medical) order (sb), recipe (sb)
receptible admissible (adj)
receptioniste receptionist (sb)
receptor handset (telephone)
recess recess (sb)
recessive receding (adj)
recetts revenue (splu) (trade)
rechal treacle (sb)
recharge reload (vtr)
rechwng bill (in restaurant; sb)
reciproc reciprocal
recital recital (sb)
recitative recitative
recite recite (vtr)
reclame advertising, advertisement (sb)
recogneih recognize (vtr)
recollect recollect (monk)
recommande recommend (vtr)
recommandet post registered mail
recompense recompense (sb & vtr)
reconcilye to reconcile (vtr; con = with)
reconnaissance reconnaissance (sb) (military)
reconnaiter reconnoiter (vtr) (military - place)
recorde record (vtr)
recrudescence recrudescence
recrut recruit (sb)
rect right (sb) ; right (adj)
rectsam the right way round
recuper recover (vtr)
recurr to have recourse to (vint)
recurrent recurrent
recurs action, suit (sb)
recycling recycling (sb)
redemptor redeemer (sb)
redingote redingote
rediska radish (sb)
redox redox (adj & sb)
reduc reduce ( vtr )
reduction reduction (sb)
redundance redundancy (sb)
redwoi fear (vtr)
reeducation reeducation, rehabilitation (sb)
ref rivet (sb)
se refer ad [rëfEr] = to refer to
reference mark, position (sb)
referendum referendum (sb)
reflation recovery policy
reflect ( reflèct ) = think about (vint)
refleg (reflèg ) = reflect ( vtr )
reflexe reflex (sb)
Reformation Reformation (sb) (history)
reforme reform (sb)
refrain refrain (in a song; sb)
refreschment refreshment (sb)
refrigerator (& frige) = refrigerator (fridge; sb)
refuge refuge (sb)
refugeit refugee (sb)
refuse refusal (sb), refuse (vtr)
refutation refutation
reg govern (vtr; fig.)
regatta regatta (sb)
regent regent
regie control room, production department (show; sb)
regime régime (sb)
regiment regiment ( sb)
region region ( sb )
register register ( sb)
reglament regulation (sb)
regne reign (sb & vint)
regret regret ( vtr )
regv back (spine; sb)
regwos twilight, dusk (sb)
rehabilitation rehabilitation
rehm relief (vtr)
rehn stream (vint)
rehnic running (adj; nose)
rehv tear off (vtr)
reib rib (sb)
reibo ribbon (sb)
reiber rib; principal rafter (carpentry)
reid ride (vtr)
reid-ye astride, straddling ( adv )
reidbiest mount (for riding; sb)
reidweghtor teamster ( sm )
reik + acc. = return to, get back to ( vtr )
reincarnation reincarnation ( sb)
reineta russet apple
reip rip (vtr )
reiss draw (vtr)
reissen drawing (sb)
reject discharge, rejection (sb; thing)
rejoin join (vtr; a place)
rekehgn recognize (vtr)
relai relay (sb)
relat tell; to establish a link (vtr)
relation relationship (sb)
relativitatstheoria theory of relativity
relaxe to relax (vtr/vint)
relegation relegation
relevant relevant (adj)
relief relief, terrain (sb)
religion religion (sb)
reling railing, ship's rail (sb)
reliquia relic
reman to remain
remarkable remarkable ( adj)
remarke remark, notice (vtr)
rembeurs pay back (vtr)
remeid remedy (sb & vtr)
remep creep (vint)
reminiscence vague recollections (remembering)
remunerative remunerative (adj)
Renaissance Renaissance (sb ) ( History )
rened render (vtr )
renegad renegade ( sb , adj )
renege to renounce, repudiate something
renfort reinforcement, back-up (sb)
renk bad trick
renn reindeer (sb)
rentabilitat return (sb)
rentaka swivel gun (sb)
rentier person of privte means
rentire retire (vint)
reoinascen reunification
rep past tense of remep
reparation repairing (sb)
repare repair (sb, vtr)
reper locate, spot (vtr )
repercutt echo, pass on (vtr)
repertuar repertoire ( sb ) (of an artist)
repeteih repeat (vtr)
repetition rehearsal
replic replica (sb)
replication replication ( sb)
replie respond (vint; trial)
reploy withdrawal (sb) (military)
report report (sb)
reporte to report (vtr)
repoussee repoussé (adj)
reprehensible reprehensible
represente represent (vtr)
reprobation reprobation (sb)
reprographia reprography (sb)
reptil reptile (adj. & sb)
repugnant repulsive (adj)
repulg to push away, drive back (vtr)
requisitum prerequisite (sb)
reroge to take on (vtr)
res past participle & past tense of rened
resack backwash (sb)
ressentiment resentment (sb)
reserve book (vtr ) ( ex: a place); reserve (sb & vtr; including milita
ry); reservation (sb)
reserverot spare wheel
reservuar reservoir (sb)
resid ( resìd ) = live (vint)
residence residence (sb) (medicine ) internship ( sb)
residual residual (adj )
residue residue (sm )
se resigne to give in, to resign
resilience resilience (sb)
resist [rëzIst] = resist (vtr)
resistor resistor (sb)
resmen belt, strap (sb)
respect [rëspEkt] = respect (sb)
respect (& respecte) = respect (vtr)
respective respective (adj)
respieu rebuff (vtr)
respirator medical ventilator; respirator insufficience = respiratory failu
re (sb)
respire breathe (vtr/vint)
respond retort, respond (vtr)
responsible responsible (adj)
respublic republic (sb)
ressort jurisdiction (space; sb)
restaurateur restaurant owner
reste to be left (vint); rest, left-over (sb)
restructuration restructuration
resultat result (sb)
resulte ex = to result from
resume sum up (vtr)
resurrection resurrection (sb)
resurreg to ressurect
reteulgen pull-up (after a jump; sb)
reticence reluctance (sb)
reticent reluctant, hesitant (adj)
retina retina
retire pension off, retire (vtr)
retireit retired person
retive restive, stubborn (adj)
retorte retort (chemistry; sb)
retouche to touch up (sb)
retrace retrace (vtr)
retraite retreat (sb) (military)
retrehv retrieve, find back (vtr)
retro backwards (adv)
retrogwahsa reversing (vehicle; sb)
retrospecule rearview mirror (sb)
reu crumble, collapse (vint)
reudher glow red (vint)
reudhos redness, red blotch (sb)
reug belching (sb) and belch (vtr)
reul rule (sb & vtr)
reup to break (up) (vint)
reur bell, wail (vtr)
reus crackle (vint)
reusch rush (vint & sb)
reust to get rusty
reuyd to exploit (a natural resource) (vtr)
revanche revenge (sb & vtr)
revele to reveal (vtr)
revente rhubarb (sb)
revenue revenue (ex. of a State, sb)
revere revere (vtr )
reverence reverence (sf )
Reverend Reverend (sb)
reverso rekurihen reverse repo
revigore invigorate, brace up (vtr)
revers reverse ( sb) (Sports )
revolution revolution
revolutionar revolutionary
revolv revolve (vint)
revolver revolver
revue review (military spectacle, magazine, sb); review (vtr)
rew past tense of "rewen"
rewaldh - se = to regain one's control
rewen to space out (vtr)
rewidue to reafforest (vtr)
rewiduesa reforestation (sb)
rewos (free) space (sb); rewos bar = space bar
rewost roomy, spacious
rewot (sing) = viscera (splu) (animal)
rey wealth (sb)
reykhan marjoram (sb)
reza latch (sb)
rezg rope, rigging (sb)
rhabreb dwelap, wattle, lappet, whalebone, fetlock
Rhadamenth Rhadamanthuq
rhaddeb furious (adj)
rhalat erroneous, wrong
rhalib victorious ( adj)
rhalt err ( vint) error, mistake (sb)
rhasal ghazal
rhassib usurper (sb)
rhayir alien, external (adj)
rhayr non- (prefix) (to words of Arabic origin)
rhelrhay ingush
Rhen Rhine (npr)
rhenisch Rhenish
rhetorique rhetorics (sb)
rheumatic feber rheumatic fever
rheumatisme rheumatism (sb)
rhielt past tense of « rhalt »
rhinoceros rhinoceros (sb)
rhododendron rhododendron (sb)
Rhomay (Imperium) = Byzantine (Empire)
Rhodes Rhodes (npr)
rhum rum ( sb)
riawdals achievement (sb)
ribat piping, slip-bead ( sb)
ribis red currant (sb)
ribosom ribosome (sb)
rica headband (sb)
riche rich (adj)
richeih enrich (vtr)
ricochete rebound, bounce ( sb)
ricotta ricotta (sb)
rictus grin (sb)
rid past tense of reid
rieb past tense of rab
riedh past tense of radh
riegh past tense of ragh
rierz past tense of rarz
riesp past tense of rasp
rieubh past tense of raubh
rieud to mourn for, to weep
rieuf past tense of rauf
riff reef (sb)
rifil ripple (sb)
rig realm (sb); past tense of rineg
righing rigging (sb)
rigid rigid (adj)
rigor rigor (sb)
rigoreus strict (adj )
rik returned, got back to (past tense)
rime rhyme (sb)
rind rind (sb) ( fruit)
rinderpeste rinderpest (sb)
rineg hug ( vtr )
rineg Market Square
ring ring ( sb)
Ringenpoti Lord of the Rings
rinna gutter ( sb)
riouda mourning, wailing; Riouda Duivar = Wailing Wall
rip past tense of reip
ripa rib (sb); seashore (sb)
riposte retaliate (vtr)
ris rice (sb)
riscat risky (adj)
risk risk (sb, vtr); ye sien wi risk = at one's own risk
riskpremium risk premium
risotto risotto (sb)
riss past tense of reiss
rissala periodical (sb , newspaper )
rissem drawing ( sb ) ( result )
rite rite (sb)
ritornell ritornello (sb)
ritter knight (sb )
rittersk chivalrous ( adj)
ritterstand chivalry ( sb)
ritual ritual (adj & sb)
riud past tense of "rieud"
rivalitat rivalry (sb)
rivete rivet (sb)
rivier river (sb) (that flows into another river; & including "River of diamon
ds"); Rivier ios Pace = Peace River (Canada)
Riyad Riyadh (npr)
rizma ream (sb) ( paper )
rjienbwuts figure ( sb) (fig. important person )
rjiendaujughyi humanitarianism ( sb)
rjienkjian world of the living ( sb)
rjienklicha rickshaw (sb)
rjienrlwey humankind
rjienzao man-made (adj)
rlau jail, gaol ( sb )
rlaurjien senior, elderly person
rlayji next year
rlayu thunderstorm ( sb)
rlienxien meticulous (adj )
rligay ( sing ) = profit and loss ( splu )
rlinji provisional ( adj)
rliokchay Green tea
rliouscha (sing) = quicksands (splu)
rliouturbine water current turbine (sb)
rlowtou road verge (sb)
rlungdwan monopolize, take up (vtr )
roadster roadster ( sb )
robe robe (sb)
robot robot (sb )
robust sturdy ( adj)
rock rock (sb)
Rockic Montans Rocky Mountains (splu)
rod gnaw ( vtr )
rodar meadowsweet ( sb)
rodent rodent (adj & sb)
rog rye (sb )
rogamus rogatory commission
rogv dress, skirt ( sb )
rogye to straighten (vtr)
rohm past tense of rehm
rohn past tense of rehn
rohv past tense of rehv
roibh disparate ( adj)
roig row (sb ); ep sien roig in one s turn
rokh roc (sb) ( fabulous bird )
rol role (sb); ag- un rol to play a role
roll roll (vtr/vint) (sb)
rollschou roll skate (sb)
rollstaven rolling slat blind (sb)
Romagna Romagna ( npr )
roman novel ( sb)
romanc romance (adj)
romani romani
romantic romantic (adj)
romantiquer romanticist (sb)
romantisme romanticism
romanurg novelist (sb)
romb diamond shape (sb)
Rome Rome
romune Romanian
Romuneia Romania
romuscha forced laborer
Roncesvalles Roncesvalles ( npr )
rong haughty ( adj)
rontgen radio, x-ray ( sb & vtr) ( medicine)
rontgenium roetgenium (sb)
ronthal halter ( sb)
ropp lewd, filthy (adj )
rosar (sing) = prayer beads (splu)
roschtka hearth grate (sb)
rose rose (sb)
Rosette Rosetta (npr); Rosette Petra = Rosetta Stone
rosink (sing) = raisins (splu)
rosmarin rosemary (sb)
ross dew (sb)
rossomak wolverine (sb)
rost roast (vint) & roasted (adj)
rot wheel (sb)
rotarkel guard stone
rotative rotary ( adj)
rotbrehg breaking wheel ( sb) ( torture )
rotic cartage (sb)
rotor rotor (sb)
rotos landing gear
rotskand (to do a) cartwheel
rotunde rotunda ( sb)
roube suit, clothing ( sb); (splu) things, belongings
roufett trade association
roug clamp, bridle ( sb)
rouge rouge ( sb)
Roumeli Rumelia
rouna secret (sb)
round round (sb) ( Sports )
roup opening, doorway, gun-port, embrasure ( sb )
route route ( sb)
router router (sb)
routine routine (sb)
roy king (sb)
royal royal (adj)
roydem kingdom (sb)
royschalk steward ( sb) ( Gondor s Arandur )
ru past tense of reu
ruakchei brook ( sb )
rubeola (sing) = measles
rubin ruby ( sb)
rublye ruble ( sb)
rubric rubric, topic (sb)
rucksack backpack
rudh red ( adj )
rudhchald breaking (adj ) (fig., ex topic )
rudher past tense of reudher
Rudh Liewen Drehm Dream in the Red Chamber (Chinese major novel, npr)
rudiment rudiment (sb)
rudimentar rudimentary (adj)
rue rue (sb) (plant)
ruffian ruffian (sb)
rug rough (adj); past tense of reug
rughat curse, swearword (sb); to swear, curse (vint)
Ruhollah Khomeini Ruhollah Khomeini
ruine ruin (sb)
rujiow shotgun (sb)
rukh rook (chess, sb)
rukhade castling (sb)
rukhsa dismissal (sb)
rul past tense of reul
rumantsch romansh
rumen rumen (sb)
rumep break up (vtr)
rumine ruminate ( vtr )
rumor rumor ( sb )
runc wrist ( sb)
runcsaat watch (wrist; sb)
rund round (sb); round (adj)
rundgeir roundabout (sb)
rundic rounded, chubby ( adj )
rundretorte round-bottom flask
rune rune (sb)
runedh to redden (vtr)
ruoss red-haired (adj)
rup past tense of rumep
rupia rupee (sb)
rupture break ( sb)
rur past tense of reur ; countryside
rural rural
rural exodus rural exodus
rus past tense of reus
rusch past tense of reusch
ruschvett bribe ( sb )
rusk Russian (adj. & sb) ( ethnicity ); rusk ballett = Russian ballet ( sb )

Russ Russia ( npr ) ( old)
Russia Russia ( npr ) (Modern)
russian Russian (adj. & sb) (nationality)
rust rust (sb); past tense & participle of "reust"
rusta country town (sb) (!)
rustbaungos rust fungus
rustic rustic (adj)
rutabaga rutabaga ( sb)
ruyd ore, mineral resource (sb); past tense of reuyd
rybs brassica rapa (plant)
rynk forest pasture
ryowkhow favorable ( adj )
ryssia stake net (sb )
rythme rhythm (sb)
rythmic rythmical (adj)
sa (& sal) + verb = to be about to
Saadi Saadi (npr)
saan umbrella (sb)
saat clock, watch (sb)
saat hour ( sb) (o clock )
saat-ye clockwise (adv)
saatzone time zone (sb)
Saba Sheba (biblic kingdom; npr)
sabab reason, cause (sb)
sabbatical sabbatical (adj & sb)
sabel sable (animal, sb)
sabastan sebesten
sabbarh dyer (sb )
sabd Saturday (sb)
saber saber (sb )
sabika old acquaintance
sabit indelible (adj)
sable sable (sb) (heraldry)
sabotage sabotage (sb & vtr)
sabur purge ( sb)
sabzi (sing ) = vegetables ( splu )
sac sack(ing) (sb; vtr)
sacber confiscator, looter, sacker (sb)
saccadat staccato (adj)
saccade jerk (sb)
sachet sachet, little bag
sack bag (sb)
sacramebt sacrament (sb)
sacrifice sacrifice (vtr & sb)
sacrilege sacrilege (sb)
sacristia sacristy
sadak wedding gift (sb )
sadiste sadist ( sb )
sadistic sadistic ( adj )
sadrenc chessboard (sb)
sadrencpold field (on a chessboard)
safawi safavid
safer travel (sb & vint)
safi rough, unpolished, uncultivated (adj)
safride trevally (sb)
sage sage (sb)
sagv to know how to
sahan tureen (sb)
Sahara Sahara (npr)
Sahel Sahel (npr)
sahide blest (adj)
sahikh (wa salim) = safe and sound (adj)
sahli Sahelian
sahrawi Saharian (adj)
saint saint (adj. & sb)
Saint Augustinus os Hippo Saint Augustine of Hippo
Saint Iohannes lukukramb glowworm (sb)
Saint Gallen St. Gallen ( npr ) (city and canton of Switzerland)
Saint Gotthard Saint Gotthard (Switzerland; npr)
Saint Laurent Saint- Lawrence ( npr ) ( river and gulf )
Saint Office Holy Office ( sb)
Saint patron patron saint (sb)
Saint Peter Basilic Saint Peter s Basilica
Saint Petersburg Saint Petersburg (npr)
Saint Spirit Holy Spirit
Saint Thomas os Aquin Thomas Aquinas (npr)
saison season ( sb)
saj teak (sb )
sajada small prayer mat
sakat invalid (adj , sb)
saker sacred (adj)
sakerdot priest (sb )
Sakerdotin High Priestess ( Tarot )
sakerfalk saker falcon (sb)
Saker Roman Imperium Deutschios Nation Holy Roman Empire
sakht tough, bitter (adj)
sakhtian morocco leather (sb)
sakhwan by mistake
saki cup-bearer (sb)
sakib radiant (adj)
saktah swoon (vint; fig.)
sakwn quiet (adj)
salace salacious
salacot pith helmet
salade salad (sb)
Saladin Saladin (npr)
salafi Salafi(st)
salafia salafism
salair salary (sb)
salairmandover wage-earning class
salamander salamander (sb)
salariat employee, salaried ( adj & sb)
sald salt ( sb)
saldem brine (sb )
saldmer briny (adj)
saldpetra saltpeter (sb)
Salem Salem (npr)
salepp orchis ( sb)
salg + acc. = to go / get out of
salgos swell (of the sea, sb)
salic Salic, Salian
saline saltworks (sing. in Sambahsa)
salive saliva (sb)
salk willow (sb)
sall room ( sf )
salm (& salmon) = salmon ( sm )
salmiac ammonia salt, salmiac (sb)
salmonella salmonella (bacteria; sb)
Salomon Solomon ( npr ); Salomon Insules = Solomon Islands (npr)
salon lounge ( sb)
saloun saloun
saltamarka doublet ( sb )
saltimbank travelling acrobat (sb )
salto (& saltomortale) = somersault (sb )
saluber healthy, salubrious ( adj)
salut hello (sb) ( greeting)
salute to greet (vtr)
salv safe (adj)
salv save (vtr ); salv deposit grind = security locker (bank) ( sb)
salv-conduct safe-conduct ( sb)
salvguarde safeguard ( vtr )
salvia sage ( sb )
salviarmust sagebrush (sb)
Salvor Saviour ( sb)
salvtat integrity, safety (sb)
salvtatscage roll bar (vehicle) (sb)
salvtatsnauk lifeboat
salvtatsvest lifejacket (sb)
sam same (adj )
saman utensil (sb)
samar pack saddle ( sb)
Samarkand Samarkand (npr)
samawi sky-blue (adj )
samband link, relationship (sb)
sambuca sambukê (sb)
sambussa filled pastry cake (sb)
samdih secret code (sb)
sameih se _ + dat. = to give oneself as (fig.)
samghat meeting, gathering (sb), to come together (vint)
samgwelbh born of the same mother (sb & adj)
samid Samoyed(ic)
samkwehk to ressemble (+ acc.; vtr)
samkwehkia similarity, resemblance, likeness (sb)
samkweit common point, similarity (sb)
samlik similar, like (adj)
samlyogh sexual partner (sb)
sammel collect, muster (vtr); at the same time (adv)
samogni of the same lineage (adj)
sampurna consummate (adj, perfect)
samreiss to copy exactly, trace (vtr)
samsar estate agent (intermediate)
samsaria estate agency (sb)
samsarkhaneh estate agent office (sb)
samstehm to agree (vint)
samstyren self-management
samswoiner team-mate (sb)
samt (set, endowed) with (adj )
Samuel Samuel (npr)
samuray samurai
sanat artisanat (sb)
sanbaw to be filled (vint)
sanctifie sanctify
sand sand (sb)
sandal sandal (sb)
sander zander (sb)
sandlatte common purlin (sb)
sandsaat (sand) hourglass (sb)
sanduk trunk (coffer; sb)
sandvehrm mud worm ( sm )
sanghie rocky, stony ( adj )
sangla forfeit (in a game; sb)
sanhedrin sanhedrin
sanicule sanicula (sb)
sanitar nurse (sanitary helper, sb); sanitary (adj)
sank sanction (vtr) (to enact)
sanka mandible (sb)
sanscha uneven (adj) (terrain)
sanschan Celestial Bodies (splu)
santak cuneiform, wedge-shaped writing (sb)
santaki cuneiform (adj)
santur zither (sb)
sanya sled (sb)
sapan scarlet pimpernel (sb)
sapat old slipper (sb)
sapounopera soap-opera (sb)
sappeur sapper
Sappho Sappho (npr)
sappir sapphire ( sb)
sapun soap (sb)
sapunise soap ( vtr )
saraband sarabande (sb)
sarach saddler ( sb )
saranda colander ( sb)
saray hall, palace (sb)
Sarayevo Sarajevo (npr)
sarban head of caravan (sb)
sarc to compensate (somebody)
sarcasme sarcasm (sb)
sarcastic sarcastic ( adj)
sarcophag sarcophagus (sb)
sard Sardinian (adj , sb)
Sardes Sardes (npr)
Sardigna Sardinia ( npr )
sardine sardine ( sb)
sardonic sardonic (adj )
sarige wading pool ( sb)
sarik myna ( sb)
sarkari official (sb)
sarong sarong (sm )
sarracene sarracen (adj & sm )
sarraf money changer ( sb)
sart light red (adj)
sarvari Turkish baggy pants
sask spike ( sm )
sassanian Sasanian
sassar dazed (adj)
sassimi sincere (adj)
sasyo fruit of the fields (sb)
sat sated (adj); enough (adv)
Satan Satan (npr)
satellite satellite
sater chopper (sb)
satin satin ( sb)
satiric satirical ( adj)
satisfac satisfy (vtr)
satos satiety, surfeit (sb)
satrap satrap
saturation saturation (sb)
Saturn Saturn (npr) ( planet)
satyr satyr (sb)
saub tallow ( sb )
sauce sauce (sf )
saudagher trader ( sb)
sauk damage ( sb & vtr )
saukan booby trap
saul single, sole ( adj )
saun healthy, sound (adj)
sauna sauna (sb)
saup rotten ( adj ) & rot (vint)
saur calf (of leg; sb)
saurk coffin (sb; for dead)
sautee sauté (adj)
Sava Sava (npr) (river of former Yugoslavia)
savana savanna (sb)
savant savant
savd sap (sb)
sawin assegai (sb)
sax cleaver (sb)
Saxen Saxony
saxifrage saxifrage (sb)
Saxon Saxon
say gills (splu)
saya sagum (sb)
sayad hunter (sb)
sayang ! What a pity! ( interj )
sayct says; said (past participle)
sayd hunt (vtr & sb)
saydban game-keeper
sayeto trickle (sb) (smoke , blood)
sayg say (vtr); sayg- prabh = to be right
saygway extramural
Sayid Said (npr); hatchetman (sb)
saylab flood, flooding (sb)
saynete theatrical sketch
sayp grid, enclosure ( sb )
sayr strolling ( sb )
sayran stroll, walk (vint )
sayta bristle (hair; sb)
sayv fierce, ferocious (adj) (wild); to rage (vint)
sayvant canopy (building; sb)
sbehnd hug ( vtr )
sbehrd cut ( vpr )
sbeud wake ( vpr/vint )
sbieg past tense of sbieneg
sbieneg gambol (vint)
sbohnd past tense of sbehnd
sbonda something slung across the shoulder
sbohrd past tense of sbehrd
sbreck bauble (sm )
sbrigh past tense of sbrinegh
sbrinegh bring out ( vtr ) (a principle)
sbud past tense of sbeud
scaben alderman (sb)
scafold scaffold (sb)
scal (& scala) = scale (sb)
scaliktissad (sing.) = economies of scale
scalp scalp (sb)
scandal scandal (sb)
scandaleus scandalous (adj)
scanner scanner (sb)
scapada escapade (sb)
scarlat scarlet (adj )
scarmusch skirmish (sb)
scarlatine scarlet fever (sb)
scatule box ( sb)
scauba stud, crampon (sb)
scepter scepter (sb)
scetil bowl (sb)
scha hush (interj !)
Schaam Greater Syria
schab kid (sb)
schabak xebec (sb)
schabaki Shabak(i)
schabasch tip (money; sb)
schabender harbourmaster (sb)
schabenderkhaneh harbourmaster's office
schablon pattern (sb); cliché (sb) (fig)
schabout Atlantic pomfret, ray bream (sb)
schabrack saddle mat (sb)
Schabtay Zvi Sabbatai Zevi
schadab verdant (adj)
schadravan water jet (sb)
schaecheing range, scope (sb)
schaenziu fan (to move air; sb)
schaffel keg (sb)
schaghian sandstone (sb)
schaghird apprentice (sb)
Schah Shah (sb)
schahide witness (sb & vtr); Schahide os Jehovah = Jehovah's Witness
schahidia testimony (sb)
schahin peregrine falcon
Schah-Nameh Shahnameh (sb)
schajra isolated tree (sb)
schack mesh, stitch (sb)
schaentay prune (vtr) pruning (sb)
schahadat shahada
schakel link (of chain, sb) dial (vtr)
schakh chess (sb)
schakhmat checkmate
schakht shaft (mine, sb)
schakhwa sensual pleasure ( sb)
schakhwani voluptuous (adj )
schakhwat lust
schaki plaintive (adj)
schakir grateful ( adj)
schakwa grief (sf )
schal shawl (sb)
schalasch shelter (sb)
schalk servant ( sb)
schalt to switch (on; vtr)
schalter on-off switch (sb)
schaltpult switchboard (sb)
scham shame (sb)
schama candle (sb; religious)
schamandura sea mark buoy (sb)
schamar slap (sb & vtr)
schamdan candlestick (sb)
Schameri Samaritan (adj & sb; ethnic group)
schamlia shawm (sb)
scandalise scandalize ( vtr )
schang percussion instrument (sb)
schangdien shrine (sb)
Schanghay Shangai (npr)
schanta lunchbag (sb)
schap foot-and-mouth disease (sb)
scharab drink, beverage (sb); sip (vtr)
scharara foolish remark/action (sb)
schararakar maker of foolishness
scharf scarf (sb)
scharia Sharia (sb)
schariban (sing.) = whiskers
scharike accomplice (adj & sb) (partner)
scharir malicious (adj)
schark East, Levant (direction; sb)
scharlagan sesame oil (sb)
schaschev mad, touched, cracked (adj)
schater tent pavilion (sb)
Schawl Saul (npr)
schaungzan disable (vtr )
schawngdan get discouraged ( vpr )
schawngwo noon (sb)
schawxwen momentarily ( adv )
schayak coarse wool cloth
schaykan bond, debenture (sb)
schaykh sheikh
schebeck female monkey (sb)
scheffel grain loading hopper (sb)
scheffer manager, estate steward (sb)
Scheherazade Scheherazade
schehnk give, pour, pay (vtr)
scheigjian the World (religion, sb)
scheild + acc. = to shield (vtr )
scheingji spermatazoon ( sb)
scheischaung here below
scheisouk trend (fig. fashion; sb)
scheiss shit (vtr)
schekel shekel (sb)
schekhi boast, boastfulness (sb)
Schem Shem (npr)
schema diagram, pattern (sb)
schemi Semite, Semitic
schen blaze (sb)
schengkjien prejudice, bia (sb)
schenouse love-in-a-mist, nigella damascena (flower, sb)
scherdenn abomasum (sb)
scherz joke ( sb)
schetrak rustyback, ceterach officinarum (sb)
scheuffel shuffle (vtr ) (cards)
scheykhwayghian limestone (sb)
-schi too, likewise (enclitic suffix; from "yaschi")
schiau tide (sb); to break (like a wave, vint)
schiaubar tidal bore
schiaupadwl tide pond (sb)
schiawkien erase (vtr )
schib (window) pane ( sb)
schiber cursor ( sb) ( tech. )
schiboy wallflower (sb)
schibtierg windschield wiper (sb)
schicane chicane (sb)
schicanire quibble ( vtr )
schid (paper) sheet (sb)
schiday humid climate zone (sb)
schiekel past tense of schakel
schielt past tense of schalt
schieta plaice (sb )
schiieu past tense of schau
schifa healing ( sb )
schifakhaneh house of healing ( sb)
schifra honing iron (sb)
schigiowng order of things
schija envoy(ee) ( sb)
schikay complain ( vint); complaint (sb)
schikergah preserve (sb)
schikht layer (sb) (vein)
schikwan laboratory cylinder (sb)
schild shield; sign, notice (sb); past tense of scheild
schildmaid shieldmaiden ( sb)
schildvolcan (& schildvolcano) = shield volcano (sb)
schimmel go mouldy (vint)
schimmer shimmer ( vtr )
schindel (& schindule) = shingle ( sb )
schinghay attack, blow, infringement (sb)
schip skiff
Schirase Shiraz (npr)
schirite braid (sb)
schirk rag (sb)
schirkat partnership (for the common good; sb)
schirm screen (sb, for hiding, protection)
schischee demijohn, carboy (sb)
schischmav plump, podgy, chubby (adj)
schisme schism
schiss past tense of scheiss
schitajiki pencilboard (sb)
schiya shia (Islam, sb)
schiyi shi'ite
schiyong used (adj)
schkaf cupboard (sb)
schkembeh tripe (sb)
schkip Albanian (adj )
Schikiperia Albania (npr)
schkoda blaze, disaster ( sb)
schlagbaum mobile fence
schlakhsana whipped cream ( sb))
schleiv polish ( vtr )
schlesser locksmith ( sb)
schliv past tense of schleiv
Schlonsk Silesia ( npr )
schnicel sirloin steak (sb)
schnur string, thread, lace (sb)
schnurbaut heavy duty boot (sb)
Schoah Shoah (npr)
schock shock (sb)
schofar shofar (sb)
schoft shophet
schogun shogun
Schomron Samaria (npr)
Schomroni Samaritan (pertaining to Samaria) (adj & sb)
schop shop (sb)
schoppen tankard (that can contain the equivalent of an imperial pint)
schorf dry stone wall (sb)
schort ( splu ) = shorts (splu)
schou shoe (sb)
Schoumer Sumer ( npr )
schoumri Sumerian ( adj. & sb)
schoupleus artificial swimfin (sb)
schoutor shoemaker ( sb)
schowbey equipment ( sb), equip (vtr)
schowi therefore
schowngjighian retinitis (sb)
schpeck (streaky) bacon (sb)
schpross mullion (sb)
schram scar ( sb)
schrank tiny room, recess (sb)
schraud shroud (ship; sb)
schrehnk shrink (vint)
schreink shrink (vtr)
schrift font (sb)
schrill shrill (adj)
schrohnk past tense of schrehnk
schrot scrap iron (sb)
schrub helix (sb) (form)
schtab staff (head of an army)
schtabbertor bâtonnier ( sb)
schtecker electric plug (sb)
schtender rack (sb)
schteukel to divide up (vtr)
schteurm + acc. = to storm (attack; sb)
schtoss move, blow (game; sb)
ghehldschtraf fine (penalty; sb)
schtraf punishment, penalty (sb)
schtuk bit, piece (sb)
schturm assault ( sb); past tense of schteurm
schuffel past tense of scheuffel
schughev seedy (adj )
schuidien rice field ( sb)
schuifan to exemplify
Schulammit Shulammite ( npr )
schumwl coverage (fig )
schun crack (of skin; sb)
schungjin magnificent ( adj)
schupa implement shed (sb)
schut hornless (adj )
schvorce breastplate (sb)
Schweiz Switzerland (npr)
schweizer Swiss (adj & sb)
schwenkjiauschi missionary (sb)
schynka ham (sb)
sciatique sciatica (sb)
science science (sb)
scientific scientific (adj)
scientisme scientism
scind present tense base of scinesd
scinesd split, cut (vtr )
sciss past participle & past tense of scinesd
sclav slave (adj & sb)
sclaventajir slave trader (sb)
sclaverie slavery (sb)
scleren shrivel (vtr )
sclos clos, small castle (sb)
sclud door lock (sb)
sclus lock (for water transport; sb)
scobies elderberry ( sb)
scol school (sb)
scolass to find a way how to
scolastique scholasticism (sb)
scolnote (school) mark (sb)
scoltabelle school report (sb)
scomber trash (sb)
scop scope (sb)
score score (sb; amount of points)
scoria slag (sb)
scorpion scorpion (sb )
scoup scoop (news, sb)
scouter scooter
scovard pancake ( sb)
screhsc to ressurect, rise (from death) (vint)
screisc to ressurect, raise (a dead) (vtr)
screuv to screw
scrib write (vtr)
scribe scribe (sb)
scribel scribble ( vtr )
scribmachine typewriter (sb)
scribtable desk (sb)
scricit (he/she/it) screamed
scrie scream (vint)
scrin jewel case, casket (sb)
scrining screening (against disease)
scriptor writer (sb)
scriptural monete scriptural monete
Scripture (Holy) Scripture
scrobila starch paste ( sb )
scrock hull (ship; sb)
scrupule scruple ( sb )
scrute to peer into
scrutin ballot, polling
scruv screw (sb); past tense of "screuv"
scruvwehrt screwdriver (sb)
sculp sculpt ( vtr )
sculpture sculpture (sb)
scura blind (for windows; sb)
scurfer scurvy (sb)
scurr scour (vtr; to roam a place for hunting, plundering...)
scuss past tense & past participle of "scutt"; jerk, jolt, tug, shaking (sb)
scutt shake (vtr)
Scylla Scylla (sb)
sdehrkos dung (sb)
sdu to take off (a garment)
se oneself
seance session, performance ( sb)
secant intersecting (adj )
secator (sing) = loppers (splu)
secka mint (office; sb)
second second (adj )
secret ( secrèt ) = secret (adj. & sb); to secrete (vtr)
secretaire writing desk, secretaire (sb)
secretar secretary (sb); secretar-general = secretary-general
secretariat secretariat (sb)
secretion secretion (sb)
secte sect (sb)
secular stagnation secular stagnation
secule century (sb)
secundar ieus secondary law (EU)
secunde secund (time unit; sb)
securitat security, safety (sb)
securitisation securitization (finance, sb)
secwr axe (sb; tool, weapon)
sedative sedative (adj, sb)
sedd seat (sb); sit (vint)
seddel saddle (sb)
seddos basis, assize
seddwerwn seatbelt (sb)
sedef mussel (sb)
sediment sediment
seduc seduce (vtr)
sefarat diplomatic mission (sb)
seg cut ( vtr )
segdel handle (of plough; sb)
segel sickle ( sb)
segetal cereal (adj )
segheitel handle (of ard; sb)
seghel sail (sb & vint)
seghelbaurd windsurf ( sb)
segler sailing ship (sb)
seh sow ( vtr )
sehat correctness (sb)
sehgn dream, muse over (vint)
sehkw follow (vtr)
sehl win, achieve (a victory, a prize, sb)
sehlk drag, tril along (vtr)
sehnd opening (breakthrough; sb)
se sehnd to force one s way
sehnder make clots , concretions (liquid, vint)
sehngv sing (vtr)
sehgvreimos nursery rhyme (sb)
sehnk sink (vint)
sehnkseid vertical ( adj)
sehr squeeze, clench (vtr)
sehrg blood (sb)
sehrgkwehlen circulatory system (sb)
sehrglasni bloodthirsty (adj)
sehrgstriht (& sehrgstrihn) = bloodshot (adj)
sehrgsuker blood sugar
sehrg transfusion blood transfusion (sb)
sei if ( conj ) ( assumption )
seid straight (adj)
seikw spill ( vpr )
seil rope (sb)
Seilenos Silenus (npr)
sein hay (sb)
seina seine (sb)
seinkholt hay fever (sb)
seink sink (vtr )
seise huntsman (sb)
seit wire-mesh (sb)
seit rake (vtr )
seitos wire-fencing (sb)
seituva water hole
seiz seize (vtr)
seizen boarding (sb)
sekelat woolen garment (sb)
sekia kid (sb)
sekway aftermath (of a wound, a disease)
sekwent following, according to
sekwos following (prep)
seld herring ( sb)
selderei celery (sb )
selective reuyden selective logging (sb)
seleg {sëlEg} = to select
sell good (contra-evil), blest (adj. & sb)
sellamat hello ! (general greeting formula); to greet
sellgumt welcome (sb)
sellgwehm to welcome (sb)
selp fat, grease (sb)
sem some (adj)
semanghen someone
semantique semantics
Semele Semele (npr)
semen seed (sb)
semianhaingher semi-trailer (sb)
semikehmber semicircular arch (sb)
seminar seminar (sb)
semiologia semiology (sb)
semject something
semper always (adj)
semquis someone (singular masculine nominatif)
sena senna (sb)
Seneca Seneca ( npr )
senecion groundsel (sb)
Senegal Senegal (npr)
seni apart, separately (adv)
senil senile (adj )
senn (& sennmat) = alp ( sb)
sensation sensation (sb)
sensational sensational
senschalk seneschal (sb)
sense sense (sb)
sensorial systeme sensor systeme (sb)
senst last ( adj)
Sensto Judcement Last Judgement (sb )
sensual sensual ( adj)
sententieus pompous ( adj)
senter latter (adj)
sentiment sentiment
Seoul Seoul (npr)
sepal sepal (sb)
separe separate ( vtr )
sepeul + acc. = render the last homage to
sepit grain of wheat (sb)
sept (& septa) = seven (num)
september September (sb)
septentrion septentrion (sb)
septic podin septic tank ( sb)
sepulker sepulchre ( sb)
sepulture burial place (sb)
sequester receiver(ship) (of the assets of a debtor)
ser seriously (adv; when refering to injuries)
seray citronella (sb)
serb Serbian (adj. & sb)
serbese bold (adj)
serbesia boldness (sb)
Serbia Serbia (npr)
serene serene ( adj )
serenade serenade (sb)
serf serf (sb)
serfdem serfdom (sb)
serge serge (sb) (cloth)
sergeant sergeant (sb)
sergugi small plume (sb)
serial (TV, radio) serial (sb); serial port = serial port
serie series (sb)
serietat seriousness ( sb )
serieus serious (adj)
serkwen corner of the mouth (sb)
sermon sermon ( sb)
Sermon ep id Mont Sermon on the Mount
seropositive seropsitive
serp sickle (sb)
serpent serpent, snake (sb)
serpentin serpentine (adj); streamer (sb)
sert late (in time; adj)
serter later (in time; adj & adv)
serve serve (vtr; including tennis)
Michael Servetus Michael Servetus (npr)
service service ( sb)
service-station service-station ( sb)
serviet napkin (sb)
servile servile ( adj )
servitude servitude, easement (sb)
servus ! at your service !
ses to be, being (sb)
sesgwesmen extinct (volcano)
sess sat (past tense & past participle)
sessiet (he/she/it) will be
session session (sitting, sb)
seswo oneself
setar white bridal veil
Seth Seth (npr)
Sethi Seti (npr)
setus pregnancy ( sb)
seucla beet-root ( sb)
seug suck ( vtr )
seugpapier blotter ( sb)
seul found (vtr )
seup booze (vint)
seurc gush (vint)
seurf to surf (vint)
seut soothe (vtr)
seuw to impulse, give rise to (vtr)
seuy rain (sb & vint)
seuyjaquet (& seuymantel) = raincoat (sb)
Sevastopoli Sevastopol
Seville Seville (npr)
sexe sex (sb)
sexe scandal sex scandal (sb)
sextant sextant (sb)
sextar sixth (measure; sb)
sexual act sexual act
seyf strongbox (sb)
sfall err (vpr)
sfaradi Sephardi
sfud skewer (sb)
sgwen present tense base of sgwesen
sgwesdel candle extinguisher (sb)
sgwesen to turn / switch off, to extinguish
sgwesspoim dry ice (for extinctor)
shagal jackal (sb)
shamyu shark (sb)
shangsu constant (sb)
shayad probably (adv)
sheinkhoadan flare (sb)
shiakali boswellia sacra (sb)
shibboleth shibboleth (sb)
shienciu overgrown ( adj )
shienrlin (sing) = woods ( splu )
shinan contraption (sb)
Shinto Shinto (npr)
Shiva Shiva (npr)
shortstop shortstop (sb)
shraman shaman ( sb)
shuibaen fountain basin, weathering pit
shuirlien water lily ( sb)
shuitow chickenpox (sb)
si yes to a negative response
Siam Siam
siamese siamese
siav bay (horse; adj)
sib to oneself
sibakin crack (vtr )
sibia relationship, feature (sb)
Sibiria Siberia (npr)
sibiriak Siberian
siblautel self-interested
sicar hitman (sb)
sicbaj marinade (sb)
Sicilia Sicily (npr)
sicilian Sicilian (adj & sb)
sicurance insurance ( sb)
sicure insure (vtr)
sidarat presidency of the council
Side Side (npr)
side-car side-car (sb)
sider iron (sb)
Sidon Sidon (npr)
siec past tense of sac
siefer past tense of safer
siege siege
siegestand state of siege
sielg past tense of salg
sielv past tense of salv
siemmel past tense of sammel
sien one s
sienk past tense of sank
sierc past tense of "sarc"
sies thou wilt / you will; to have a snooze/nap/siesta (vint)
siesta siesta (sb)
sieug ill (adj)
sieughehlper health care aide (sb)
sieuk past tense of sauk
sieune health (sb); sieune-sicurance = sickness-insurance
Sieune ! Bless You ! (to someone who has just sneezed)
sieup past tense of saup
sieyd past tense of sayd
sieyg said (past tense)
sigh victory (sb)
sigil sigil (sb)
sigle logogram (sb)
signal signal (sb)
signatar signatory ( adj , sb)
signature signature ( sb)
signe sign (vtr & sb)
signet signet (ring)
significant significant (adj)
sigwr assert (vtr)
sigwra definitely, surely (adv)
sigwring fuse link (elect., sb)
sik whitefish (sb)
sikhisme sikhism (sb)
sikhtir ! out! ( interj )
sikw past tense of sinekw or seikw
silah armed force ( sb)
sildbwr silver coin
Sileimanie Sulaymaniyah
silence silence (sb)
silent silent (adj)
silhouette silhouette (sb)
silicium silicon (chemical element ; sb)
silk silk ( sb)
sill seal (animal, sb )
silo silo
Siloah Siloam (npr; Bible)
silur catfish (sb)
sim flat (nose; adj)
siman edge, ridge (sb)
simbva large wildcat (sb)
Simeon Simeon (npr)
similar similar (adj)
simili (adj) = imitation (adj)
similitude similarity (sb)
simitar scimitar (sb)
simple simple (adj)
simpliste simplistic
simule + acc. = pretend (vtr)
Sinay Sinai (npr)
sincere sincere (adj)
sin- present tense base of sisen
sindon silk brocade ( sb)
sindu border river
sinecure sinecure (sb)
sinekw dump, pour out ( vtr )
sinep mustard (sb)
sinepgas mustard gas
sinf corporation, guildhall
Singapura Singapore (np)
singkong cassava (sb)
singular singular (adj, sb)
singule single (unique, isolated; adj)
sinhala sinhalese
sink past tense of seink
sinister sinister (adj)
sino-tupeudi Sino-Tibetan
sinsar lizard (sb)
sinueus serpentine ( adj)
sioul thread (sb)
sioulskau threadbare ( adj)
siour wife s brother (sb)
siphon siphon (sb)
sirat moral (of a story; sb)
sirdab oubliette (sb)
sirdak felt quilt (sb)
sirdar Commander in Chief
Sire Sire (sb)
sirene siren (sb)
sirma thread of gold
sirop syrup ( sb )
sirr reserve (personal discretion; sb)
sirri secretive (adj)
sisen to let to + verb
sislew advantageous, beneficial ( adj )
sillew nov yar ! happy new year !
sit past tense of seit
sitara brick partition (sb)
sitla well bucket
sits cereal ( sb)
sitsit gossip (sb)
situation situation (sf)
siudel awl (sb; for sewing)
siuge illness (sb)
siuk dry (adj)
six six (num)
siyassa policy (sb
siz past tense of seiz
skabh scrape ( vtr )
skac jump, leap, somersault (vint & sb)
skadh shadow (sb)
skal (voice) shout (sb)
skalm thole-pin (sb)
skalop colchicum ( sb)
skamb bent (adj )
skamb turning point, bend (sb)
skand jump (vint )
skap escape (vtr), to depart from
skapbock scapegoat
skapologia escapology (sb)
skapstar shooting star (sb)
skar bedsore (sb)
skarp scarp (sb); steep (adj), sharp, cutting (fig, adj)
skarpen sharpen (vtr)
skarpstrehler marksman (sb)
skarpwn steep rock
skat ray (fish, sb)
skater to scatter, display, unfold
skatert tablecloth (sb)
skau show ( sb)
skau make see, show (vtr)
skaun remarkable (adj )
skaurnt shit (sb)
skaut cattle, stock (sb)
skav dig (vtr)
skayv awkward, clumsy (adj)
skedh past tense of skenedh
skehd scatter ( vint)
skehlp peel (vtr )
skehn skin (vtr )
skehpt wait for ( vtr )
skehpteina waiting room
skehptschalasch bus stop shelter
skehptton dial tone (sb)
skehr shear ( vtr )
skehrd stunt ( vtr )
skehrz cut ( vtr )
skehth + acc. = to be harmful to, to do damage to
skeip shape (sb & vtr); loom (vint)
skeirsmeih simper ( vtr )
skeiryeusa bracing (architecture, sb)
skeletic skeletal ( adj)
skeletocleich master key
skeletum skeleton ( sb)
skelia wing dam, jetty, boom (sb)
skelm rascal (sb)
skenedh scatter (vtr )
skeng oblique ( adj )
skengokwi slanted eyes
skept late (with delay; adj)
skeptic skeptical (adj)
skepticisme skepticism
skermen graze (wound, sb)
sketh damage (sb)
skeud cantankerous, sullen, dull, morose (adj )
skeul (see Grammar) = to be obliged to, ought to
skeulk hide (vint)
skeulkic deceitful (adj )
skeulos criminal liability, guilt (sb)
skeulost villain (adj & sb)
skeum skim ( vtr / vint )
skeup scoop ( vtr )
skhal euphorbia ( sb)
ski ski (sb & vint)
skibehnden ski binding (sb)
skibh past tense of skimebh
skider sparse ( adj)
skiec past tense of skac
skiedisk touchy ( adj )
skiend past tense of skand
skiep past tense of skap
skieter past tense of skater
skieu past tense of skau
skiev past tense of skav
skilida clove garlic (sb)
skilift platter lift (sb)
skimbel limp, hobble (vint)
skimbher lame, wobbly, shaky ( adj , sb)
skimebh limp, wobble (vint)
skinhedd skinhead ( sb)
skink femur ( sb)
skip past tense of skeip
skipper skipper (sb)
skirp blade of grass
skizze sketch (drawing, beginning; vtr & sb)
sklad unload (vtr ); to take off (a garment); storage
skladretrehv storage & retrieval
skohd past tense of skehd
skohlp past tense of skehlp
skohn past tense of skehn
skohpt past tense of skehpt
skohr past tense of skehr
skohrd past tense of skehrd
skohrz past tense of skehrz
skohth past tense of skehth
skolfa temple (on head; sb)
skolig puppy (young dog)
skolm gladius, swerd (sb)
skolt scot, share ( sb)
skoperd spinning top (sb)
skoptic mocking (adj )
skot sheet (of sail) (sb)
skoyu tibia ( sb)
skrehb scrape, scratch ( vtr )
skrehmb shrivel up, wrinkle (vint)
skremeb to get smaller/shorter (vint)
skrobh hornbeam (sb)
skrohmb past tense of skrehmb
skul past tense of skeul
skulk scout, explorer (sb); past tense of skeulk
skult tort, obligation, debt
skum foam, scum ( sb); past tense of skeum
skup past tense of skeup
skweiter to give a picture of
skyth Scythian (adj. & sb)
skyur rack (sb)
slab weak (adj)
slabpoint weak point (sb)
slahem slam (vtr)
slalom slalom (sb)
slamm mud ( sb)
slampic untidy ( adj)
slanc slender, slim (adj )
slangh flexible pipe
slav Slavic ( adj , sb)
Slavonia Slavonia ( npr )
slebh past tense of slemebh
slehmber relax (vint , ex . ties )
slehmbert ! stand at ease !
slehnger creeper (plant, sb)
slehnk rewind ( vint )
sleib sticky (adj)
sleibic gummy, sticky (adj )
sleid to slide
sleidschou iceskate (sb)
sleim file (tool, sb)
sleingher to roll (vessel)
sleit to pass away (vint; to die)
sleiv to smooth (vtr)
slemb loose, flabby ( adj )
slemebh let go off (vtr )
sleu release ( vtr )
sleub shirk ( vint)
sleuber skid (vint)
sleubric slippery (adj)
sleuct sob ( vtr )
sleur trigger (vtr )
slid past tense of sleid
sliep haggard ( adj )
sligon mattock (sb)
slingher rolling (ships, sb)
slip (sing) = underpants (splu)
slitt sleigh, sledge (sb)
sliv smooth (adj )
slohmber past tense of slehmber
slohnk past tense of slehnk
slot sleet (sb)
sloikw pupil of eye
slosk slush (sb)
sloug servant (sb)
slougek attendant, employee (sb)
sloup sloop (sb)
slovene Slovene
slu past tense of sleu
slub past tense of sleub
sluber past tense of sleuber
sluct past tense of sleuct
slung sip, gulp (sb)
slur past tense of (oi)sleur
smad let s
smag savour (vtr)
smagu tasty (adj)
smal bad, poor (adj)
smalt smalt (sb)
smantan cream (from milk, sb)
smantel chuckle, giggle (vint)
smaragd emerald (sb)
smauk fig (sb)
smauk + acc. = to feast on
smauter to watch (ex : TV, movie; vtr)
smauterquote (sing) TV ratings (splu)
sme (+ verb in the present tense with past value) = once upon a time; SME =
"Smulk ed medya entreprises"
-smee enclitic, especially after a personal pronoun : precisely, in particular
smehg to have a taste (vint)
smehld to (s)melt
smehrk stink (vint)
smeih smile (vint & sb)
smeik crumb ( of bread)
smeil to chisel (vtr)
smeilige smiley ( sb)
smel small animal (sb)
smeru (& smeur) = fat (sb)
smeu wet ( adj & vtr); dribble, drip (vint)
smeug smoke (vtr ) (food )
smeugallin sissy (fig )
smeughel smuggle (sb & vtr)
smeugler smuggler (sb)
smeuk shiny (like wet; adj)
smieg past tense of smag
smiegd frail (adj )
smieuk past tense of smauk
smieuter past tense of smauter
smih past tense of smeih
smil chisel of sculptor (sb); past tense of smeil
smilax rough bindweed ( sb)
smientel past tense of smantel
smitt smite, chuck out (vtr)
smohg past tense of smehg
smohld past tense of smehld
smohrk past tense of smehrk
smokru goatee (sb)
smu past tense of smeu
smuc past tense of smunec
smug past tense of smeug
smughel past tense of smeughel
smulk small ( adj)
smunec to blow one s nose
smures semanghens pam fig. for to bribe someone .
smyehr share ( vtr ) ( take part in )
smyehrdeil share ( sb)
smyohr past tense of smyehr
smyrn myrrh (sb)
Smyrna Smyrna
snah swim (vint)
snahmayster lifeguard (for swimming)
snahwensti swimbladder
snap beak (sb); snap (vtr)
snapel spout (vint)
snapphoto snapshot (sb)
snarc snore (vint)
snas muzzle (sb)
snayper sniper (sb)
snayu tendon, sinew (sb)
snehg sneak (vpr)
snehwrnt noose (sb)
sneif sniff (vtr); sneif- tabak = to take snuff
sneig stick (into, vtr)
sneigv snow (sb & vint)
Sneigvalba Snow White ( npr )
sneigvbaurd snowboard
sneigvdrift snowdrift (sb)
sneigvmensc snowman (sb)
sneigvoivs (splu) = floating island (sing) (cooking)
sneigvter snowdrop (flower; sb)
sneit curtail (vtr)
sneud doze (vint); sluggish, sleepy
sneup puff, to be breathless (vint)
sneurd purr (vint)
snidan breakfast (sb)
sniep past tense of snap
sniepe woodcock (sb)
sniepel past tense of snapel
snierc past tense of snarc
snif past tense of sneif
snig past tense of sneig
snigun mucus of the nose
snigv past tense of sneigv
snit past tense of sneit
snohg past tense of snehg
Snohgos the Serpent (npr)
snub past tense of snumeb
snud past tense of sneud
snumeb marry ( vtr ) ( a man)
snup past tense of sneup
snuptia wedding ( sb)
snurd past tense of sneurd
snus (& snusa) = daughter-in-law ( sb)
so that, this (masculine singular nominative)
sober sober (adj)
sobertat sobriety (sb)
sociable sociable (adj)
social orbat social work (sb)
societal societal (adj)
societat society (sb)
Societat os Jesus Society of Jesus (sb)
sockel plinth, pedestal, base ( npr )
Socrates Socrates ( npr )
Sodom Sodom ( npr )
sofa sofa ( sb)
sofra coffee table
software software ( sb)
sogn dream (awaken; sb)
sohgn past tense of sehgn
sohkw past tense of sehkw ; quest
sohl past tense of sehl
sohlk streak, trail (sb); past tense of sehlk
sohnd past tense of sehnd
sohnder past tense of sehnder
sohngv past tense of sehngv
sohnk past tense of sehnk
sohr past tense of sehr
soitos enchantment, spell (sb)
sok investigate, search (vtr); sok(en) = investigation, search (sb); "Sok d
e ia buhsa ed causen ios Opnos iom Nations" = "An Inquiry into the Nature and Ca
uses of the Wealth of Nations"
sokar investigator (sb)
sokh wooden ard
sokhbat company (friends, sb)
sokjudce investigating judge (sb)
sokmotor search engine ( sb)
sokwi fellow (sb)
sokwia fellowship (sb)
sokwidirector Partner Manager (sb)
sol sun (sb)
solar panell solar panel (sb)
solar plexus solar plexus (sb )
solar systeme solar system (sb)
solbrand sunburn (sb & vtr)
soldat soldier (sb)
solde pay (of soldier, sb)
solenn solemn (adj)
solflor sunflower ( sb)
solg such
solicitude solicitude (sb)
solid solid (adj)
solidaritat solidarity ( sb)
soliditat solidity
soll must (vint; with a meaning of probability; ex: he must be there = is sollt
ses ter )
sollucic sunny (adj)
solsaat sundial (sb)
solstice solstice (sb)
soluk breath, mouth odour (from the throat, sb)
Solus Soli (in Cilicia)
solution solution (sb)
solv solve (vtr)
som (I) am; (clitic particle + conjugated verb) = indicates that this actio
n is nearing completion
sombre sombre (fig., adj)
sombrero sombrero
somies back plate, subbase (sb)
somkwe (+ participle) = all the more... since/because
sommett summit (sb)
son son ( sb)
sonate sonata (sb)
sonde probe, sonde (vtr & sb)
songay Songhay
songv song (sb)
songvsam singing, sing-song (adj)
sonnett sonnet (sb)
sonst if not
sont (they) are
sonter independently from
sonterbahsa slang (argot; sb)
sonteria set, clique (sb)
sontern but (conj) (after negation)
sontia reality, truth
sophiste sophist
sophisticat sophisticated (adj)
sophistique sophisticate (vtr)
Sophokleus Sophocles (npr)
sopran soprano
sorb swallow (vtr)
sorbete sorbet (sb)
sorbh rowan (sb)
sorghum sorghum (sb)
sort sort (sb)
sortie sortie
sorwk shrew (sb)
sorwkar buzzard
sosule murmur (vint) (wind , grass)
sotia sotie (sb)
soufflee soufflé (sb)
soup soup ( sb)
souper supper (sb)
sour sour ( adj)
sousaphone sousaphone (sb)
soutache soutache (sb)
soutane cassock ( sb )
souvenire souvenir (sb)
souverain sovereign (adj. & sb); souverain fund = sovereign wealth fund
souverainitat sovereignty (sb)
soviet soviet (adj & sb)
sovietsk sovietsk (adj)
soya soy (sb)
soyl threshold ( sb)
space (outer) space (sb)
spacial spatial
spad spade (sb)
spadassin spadassin (sb)
spahi spahi
spak droplet (sb)
spalt fault (geo; sb); crack (vtr)
spalv hue (sb), to give a hue to (vtr)
spand to span (vint)
spandbeton prestressed concrete
spang loop (sb)
spanking spanking (sb)
spant nautical frame
spar spare, save (vtr)
sparcutia moneybox
sparghen (sing) = nappies (splu)
Sparta Sparta (npr)
spartak string, cord (sb)
spartan Spartan (adj, sb)
sparv sparrow (sb)
spasme spasm
spasmodic spasmodic (adj)
spassere walk, stroll ( vint)
spatule spatula, slice (sb)
spece species (sb)
special special (adj)
specieus specious
spect look (sb; act of looking)
spectacle show (sb)
specter spectre (sb)
spectral ligne spectral line
spectrum spectrum (sb) (eg. lights)
speculation speculation
specule mirror (sb)
speculeschib two-way mirror
speh hope (vtr & sb)
spehc look at (vtr)
spehcel cookie, informer (sb) (Police)
spehd speed (vint)
spehder speedster (sb)
spehn spin (vtr)
spehr spread (vtr)
spehrd competition (sb)
speic spoke (sb)
speim foam, lather (vtr/vint)
speit despite (sb & prep)
spelbt spelt (sb)
speleologia speleology (sb)
spell spell (vtr )
spend spend ( vtr ) (time); gift, offering, donation (sb)
speren spur ( sb & vtr )
sperg to splash
sperma semen (sb)
speud speed (vtr & sb)
se speud hurry up (vint)
speudmeider speedometer
speul wash, rinse with plenty of water (vtr)
speulkhana scullery
sphere sphere (sb)
spice spire (sb) (on a building)
spieja (sing) = provisions, food supplies (splu)
spiejar steward s room, pantry (sb)
spielt past tense of spalt
spiend past tense of "spand"
spier past tense of spar
spieu spit ( vtr )
spieumen spit, spittle (sb)
spieuter splutter, sputter (vint)
spik woodpecker ( sb)
spilk pin ( sb)
spin (& spina) = spine (sb)
spina spine of book
spinak spinach (sb)
spincrusber gooseberry
spindel vertebra
sping finch (sb)
spion spy (sb)
spionage espionage (sb)
spionka peephole (sb)
spira turn, coil (sb)
spiral spiral (adj & sb)
spiraldrab (sing) = spiral stairs (splu)
spirit spirit, wit, soul (sb); "Id Spirit iom Loys" ="The Spirit of the Laws"
spiritisme spiritism
spiritlampe spirit lamp (sb)
spiritualitat spiritualitat
spiss spice ( sb)
spital hospital (sb)
spiu past tense of spieu
spiuter past tense of spieuter
spleind glare, blaze (vint)
spleindos glare ( sb )
splendid splendid ( adj)
splind past tense pf spleind
splinter splinter (sb)
spoctic derisive, mocking ( adj)
spohc looked at (past tense of spehc )
spohd past tense of spehd
spohder boisterous (adj)
spohn past tense of spehn
spohr past tense of spehr
spohrd past tense of spehrd
spoim foam, scum (sb)
spolye spoil (sb & vtr)
spond to mean/resolve to + verb (vtr)
sponda generosity, expenditure (sb)
sponsor sponsor (sb & vtr)
spontan spontaneous (adj)
sponton spontoon (sb)
sporadic sporadic
spore spore (sb)
sport sport (sb)
sportive sport (adj)
sportkielken gym(asium)
spraiy spray ( vtr )
spraneg to burst (vtr)
sprat sprat (sb)
sprehg to ask (someone a question; vtr)
sprehng spring, explode, burst (vint)
sprehngcap warhead (sb)
spreu burst forth (vint)
spreud be startled, start (vint)
spreug bud (sb & vint)
spreuv test, put to the test ( vtr )
spreuz splash ( vtr )
spreuzdrift spindrift (sb)
sprijin support (sb)
sprika cultivated fenugreek
springflutt spring tide
spritseghel sprit sail
sprohg past tense of sprehg
sprohng past tense of sprehng
spru past tense of spreu
sprud past tense of spreud
sprug past tense of spreug
sprut brook (sb)
spruv past tense of spreuv
spruz past tense of spreuz
spud past tense of speud
spul past tense of speul
spula spool (sb)
spulach ball (of wool, etc., sb)
spygat scupper (sb)
spyra (horse) dung (sb)
squade squad ( sb)
squader wing, naval squadron ( sb)
squadron squadron (sb)
squal big fish, squaloid (sb)
squalid non cultivated, squalid (adj)
squam scale (on animals, sb)
srakue to chip (vtr)
srakut serrated, steely, jagged (adj)
srans take leave of (vtr)
sray defecate (vint)
srayen bullshit (fig. sb)
sreg garland (sb); past tense of sreneg
sreht stir, ondulate (vtr, vint & sb)
sreneg surround with a garland
sreu flow (vint)
sreumen river (sb)
sreup dirt ( sb)
sreupbak dustbin (sb)
sreupgloi spot of dirt ( sb)
sriens past tense of srans
sriey past tense of sray
srig cold ( adj); past tense of srineg
srigeh to feel/be cold (vint)
srigpreus frostbite (sb)
srineg cool ( vtr )
sringa syringe (sb)
srog strawberry (sb)
sroht past tense of sreht
srom paralyzed (lame, adj )
srov electric power (sb)
srovbux socket (sb)
srovgehn power plant (sb)
sroviswor power supply (sb)
srovos socket (for electricity; sb)
sru past tense of sreu
srungh snout (sb)
SSS = "suwen setusstop" = voluntary interruption of pregnancy
stabh past tense of stamebh
stadel stable (sb)
stadelmayster riding master (sb)
stadelsloug groom ( sm )
stadium stadium ( sb)
staffette dispatch rider, courier (sb)
stag relay, stage (sb)
Stagheiros Stagira
stagnant stagnant (adj)
stah stand; stah- wakht = to stand guard
stahal deserve (vtr)
stahgjia sidebar
stahmen weaving loom (sb)
stahsit (he/she/it) stood
stahwrnt bar, loaf ( sb ) ( compact material )
stajer rent ( vtr )& rental (sb) (subject = tenant )
stak past tense of stanek
staka crutch (sb)
stal steel (sb)
stalactite stalactite (sb)
stalagmite stalagmite (sb)
stalbeton reinforced concrete, steel concrete
staleina (sing.) = steelworks
stam stem, trunk (including torso; sb)
stamberg log cabin (sb)
stamebh ( semject ad semanghen ) = to keep someone from something
stammel stutter (vtr )
stamp stamp ( sb & vtr )
stampel to check in / clock in ( ex: unemployed)
stand status, stand ( sb) ( situation )
standard standard, reference (sb)
standic standing (permanent; adj)
stanek quench (vtr), waterproof (adj)
stangh bar (long object; sb)
stank waterproof, watertight
star star (sb)
star ad to stare at
start start (sb & vtr/int)
start-ub start-up (sb)
stat State
Stat-Generals (splu) = States-General (splu)
stater stater (sb)
station station (sb)
stationar stationer (sb)
station-chef station master
statistic statistic (adj & sb)
statistician statistician
Statsgwen Stateswoman
Statswir Statesman
statuar art of sculpture (sb)
statue statue ( sb)
Statue as Libertat Statue of Liberty (npr)
stature stature (sb)
status status
status quo status quo (sb)
statut statute
staud stud farm (sb)
staun to be surprised, astonished ( vint )
staunos astonishment, amazement (sb)
staur powerful (adj )
staven shutter (sb)
stavros Sign of the Cross
staw to condensate (vint)
stayg sudden (adj & adv)
ste you are (2° plu + courtesy)
steb (& stebel) = stem (sb)
steg to cover (vtr)
stega canvas sheet (sb)
stegu (steug) = impermeable, waterproof
stegyu trickster (sb)
stehbh buttress ( vpr )
stehcolnier wing collar (sb)
stehg (& steg & tehg & teg) = cover (vtr)
stehl to set upright
stehlb to protrude (vint)
stehlbend prominent (adj )
stehm support (vtr )
stehm voice (sf ) ( vote)
stehmb stalk (vint)
stehmbild ballot paper ( sb)
stehn thunder (vint)
stehng sting ( vtr )
stehnk stink (vint)
stehnkkaupust skunk cabbage (sb)
stehntor thunderous (adj )
stehrb to fall into coma
stehrk sully (vtr )
stehv stiffen ( vint)
stehver pile, stilt (sb)
steigh path (sb); (ub) = to get/go (up); steigh in nauk = to get on a vessel
steighijadh ski lift (sb)
steist leavened dough (sb)
steiv to stiffen, tighten (vtr)
stele stele (sb)
stempel stamp, mark (sb)
sten (& stena) = rock face (sb)
stenbrohg rubble ( sm )
stencovehr tapestry (sf )
stendart standard (big flag; sb )
Stentor Stentor (npr)
Stephen Stephen (npr)
ster female (adj, sb)
sterbnio dry skin (sf )
steren strew, display, expand ( vtr ) ( subject = person); steren id lict / cr
ovat = make the bed; steren id meja = set the table
steril sterile ( adj)
sternue sneeze (vint)
sternum sternum
sterp barren (adj)
stestoud battered, dented (adj)
stet spot, place (sb)
stethoscope stethoscope
stets everytime (adv)
steug impermeable, waterproof (adj)
steulbnas turned-up nose (sb)
steulp to be rolled up
steum steam ( sb )
steumboot steamboat (sb)
steun whine, groan, moan (vint)
steup fade ( vint)
steurb disturb (vtr )
steurd to go into a dive (vint)
steuv stifle (vtr)
steuvos stifling heat (sb)
steven steven
stewardesse stewardess (in aircraft)
steysia frozen drop
stibium antimony (sb)
stiche verse ( sb)
stiejer past tense of stajer
stiemmel past tense of stammel
stiemp past tense of stiemp
stiempel past tense of stampel
stienghel siskin ( sm ) (bird)
stienke sealing (sf )
stier past tense of star
stiert past tense of start
stieun past tense of staun
stieup step ( sb & vint)
stieupbenk tier, terracing (sb)
stieupen step of stairs
stieupengarden hanging garden (sb)
stieupenpyramide step pyramid
stieure power (sb)
stieurste thirst for power
stiew past tense of staw
stiftor instigator (of an offence)
stiga string ( sb ) (of musical instrument )
stigh past tense of steigh
stigma stigma ( sm )
stikel glass jar ( sb )
stikelkrov glass roof (sb)
still still, quiet (adj); to quench (one's thirst)
stillgwit still-life (art; sb)
stimule boost (vtr); stimulus (sb)
stin tin (sb)
sting entice (vtr); sting (sb)
stinghil stem, leg (sb) (of plant)
stingic stitched (adj )
stint smelt (animal, sb)
stip stiff (adj )
stiup past tense of stieup & "stiumep"
stiumep to space out (vtr)
stiv past tense of "steiv"
stockrose hollyhock (sb)
stoff stuff (vtr) (pipe, chair); material, fabric (sb)
stog stack (sb) (of hay)
stohg past tense of (s)tehg
stohl past tense of stehl
stohm mouth ( sb); past tense of stehm
stohmstupp gag (in mouth)
stohn past tense of stohn
stohng past tense of stehng
stohnk past tense of stohnk
stohnter thunder ( sf )
stohnterflor St John's wort (sm )
stohrb past tense of stehrb
stohrbos coma (sm )
stohrk past tense of stehrk
stohv past tense of stehv
stoicisme stoicism
stoiciste stoic (of stoicism)
stol chair (sb)
stolar joiner, carpenter (sb)
stolb post, column (sb); plume (fig. sb)
stolbcron capital of column
stolg handle (sb)
stomak stomach (sb)
stop stop (sb, vtr, vint); stop- dreiv = to lay down (vessel)
storgn stun (vtr)
storia story (sb)
stork stork (sf )
storm storm ( sb)
stormic stormy (adj)
storm-lanterne hurricane lamp
stormsaylab storm surge (sb)
storn starling (sb)
stow holdup (traffic jam; sb & vint)
stowage stowage (sb)
stoya rack (on car roofs, sb)
stoyic stoic (adj)
stoyicisme stoicism
strad street, paved road
stradorbats roadworks (splu)
Strad traffic prabhilscode ( STPC ) Highway Code; Strad Traffic Securitat =
Road Prevention
stragn strange (adj)
Stragno Weir " phoney war "
strah strew (vtr ) ( subject = thing )
strah litter ( sb ) (strewn straw )
straj sentinel ( sb)
strak tired ( adj)
strakay exhaustion (fatigue) ( sb)
stramb stubble field (sb )
strand strand, beach (sb); strand (vint)
strangh string, thread, cord (sb); string (vtr)
stranghar ropemaker (sb)
strangule strangle (vtr )
stratagem stratagem (sb)
strate stratum (sb)
stratege strategist
stratovolcan (& stratovolcano) = stratovolcano (sb)
straugh hairy, shaggy, tousled (adj)
straus ostrich (sb)
straus strut (vint)
strax immediately (adv)
strayk strike (cessation of work; sb & vint)
strehb rotate (vtr / int)
strehblayter turntable ladder
strehc stretch (vtr / vpr)
strehcbenk torture rack (sb)
strehkw wriggle, squirm ( vint)
strehl stroke (sb ) ( projectile )
strehl ray, shooting (sb); to shoot
strehl-ed-myehrs fire-and-forget ( sb) ( missile )
strehlguarde shooting guard (sport, sb)
strehlploton firing squad
strehm to stream
strehmghalv headlong (flight)
strehng severe (adj); se strehng ad = to try hard to
strehnge severity, harshness, sternness
strei strip (sb) (form)
streich to tick off
streichen deletion, erasure (sb)
streif brush against, touch upon
streih flute, scratch, cross out (vtr)
streikw twist, twiddle (vtr)
streip brush against, skim past (vtr)
streipoik mottled (adj)
streped cheese mite (sb)
strett straight (sb; sea)
streu spread (vtr)
se streubh to struggle (to free oneself)
streug stroke (mark, sb)
strich past tense of streich
strict strict (adj)
strid hiss ( vtr ) ( like a snake)
striend past tense of strand
striengh past tense of strangh
striepmen stirrup (sb)
strieus past tense of straus
strieyk past tense of strayk
strif past tense of streif
strih past tense of streih
strikw past tense of streikw
string string (swimsuit; sb)
strip past tense of streip
striptise strip-tease ( sb)
striz idler, loafer (sb)
strohb past tense of strehb
strohc past tense of (oi)strehc
strohca section, distance (sb)
strohg past tense of strehg
strohkw past tense of strehkw
strohl past tense of strehl
strohm stream (sb), past tense of "strehm"
strohng past tense of strehng
stron armchair ( sb)
strophe stanza ( sb)
strophium strophium (sb)
stru past tense of streu
strubh past tense of strubh
structural adjustement structural adjustment
structure structure (sb)
strug build (vtr); past tense of streug
strugitor project owner (sb)
strugition project management (sb)
stryng pen (for cattle, sb)
stub stump ( sb)
stuck stucco (sb)
studio studio (sb)
studye study ( sb & vtr)
studyent student (sb)
stul chair (sb)
stulp past tense of steulp
stumep blur, muffle ( vtr )
stumia atmosphere, mood (sb)
stump stocky, muffled, dull (adj)
stump section, stump (sb)
stun past tense of steun
stune sheep pen (sb )
stuned hit, hurt, knock ( vtr ); stuned- id dwer = knock on the door; stuned p
rotie(v) = stumble against (sb)
stup blunt ( adj ); past tense of stumep
stupid stupid ( adj)
stupor astonishment ( sf )
stupp to stop up (vtr)
stupper stopper, cap (sb)
sturb past tebse of (oi)sturb
sturd past tense of steurd
stus past participle & past tense of stuned
stut pillar (sb) (support, column)
stuv past tense of steuv
stuve steamroom (sb)
style style (sb)
stylise stylize (vtr)
stylus stylus (sb)
styr steer ( vtr ); steering wheel; plight control surface (sb)
styrbord starboard (sb)
styrman helmsman (sb)
styrmat first mate
su sow (female pig; sb); (as a suffix) = locative plural
suadaunteihsa euthanasia
suadin fair weather (sb)
suagehnia eugenics
suagrund soundness (sb)
suamenos well-disposed (adj)
suart well assembled (adj)
suaswehdos good-natured (adj)
suave mawkish, sickly (adj)
suavohst (& suavohsen) = well-dressed (adj )
sub under (prep)
subahat stooge ( sb )
subalbh whitish (adj)
subantslehnken underdevelopment
subdehmen trestle (sb)
subeih to undergo (vtr)
subject subject (adj & sb)
subjunctive subjunctive (adj & sb)
subkeih be surmounted by (vtr)
subklehpt get / squeeze something out
sublime sublime; Sublime Porte = Sublime Porte
submarin submarine, underwater (adj)
submarnav submarine (sb)
submerg [submErg] = submerge (vtr)
submitt submit (vtr)
suborne suborn, temper with (vtr)
subpehnd ponder (vtr)
subpoena under fear of (penalty) (prep)
subrudh reddish (adj)
subroge subrogate (vtr)
subsell harness saddle
subsequent subsequent
substantive substantive (sb)
substitue substitute (vtr)
substitut substitute (adj. & sb)
substreich underscore ( vtr )
subswadh sickly sweet (adj)
substantial substantial (adj)
substrate sunstrate, substratum
subterfuge subterfuge
subtile subtle (adj)
subtilesse subtlety (sb)
subtrag subtract (vtr)
subuk frivolous (adj )
suburb suburb (sb)
subven + acc. {subvEn} = meet (one s needs; vtr)
subvention subsidy, grant (sb; vtr)
succedd + acc. = to succeed (succession)
success success (sb)
succinct succinct (adj)
succinic acid succinic acid (sb)
succulent luscious ( adj)
succumebh (+ acc) = to succumb to
succursal branch plant (commerce; sb)
sud south (adj. & sb)
sudeh to enrich (vtr)
sudehn affluent (rich; adj & sb)
suder ooze (vint)
sudernt oozing (sb)
Sudocean Southern Ocean (npr)
sudye to sue (vtr)
suedos property, quality ( sb)
sufficient sufficient (adj )
suffocant suffocating ( adj)
suffoque suffocate ( vtr )
suffrage suffrage (sm)
sug past tense of « seug »
suggest ( suggèst ) = suggest (vtr)
sugiuk summer sausage (sb)
suicide suicide (sb & vint)
suisraen notwithstanding (prep)
suite suite (sb)
suker sugar (sb)
sukerconfect candy (sb)
sukerwata cotton candy ( sb)
sukman smock (sf )
sukno woolen fabric (sb)
sukol swineherd (sb)
sul foundation (sb); past tense of seul
sula gannet (sb)
Suleiman is Kanouni Suleiman the Magnificient (npr)
sulkhban peacekeeper (sb )
sulkhbania peacekeeping
sulouk behavior (sm )
sumbur pip, seed (sb)
summar summary ( adj )
summum highest point (sb)
sumptuar sumptuary, extravagant
sumptueus sumptuous (adj)
sund sound (of sea)
sundae sundae (sb)
sunder with beautiful lines
sunduk trunk (case; sb)
suneht excision
suner doughty, valiant (adj)
sungki tooth askew (sb)
sunna Sunna (npr)
sunni sunni (adj & sb)
sunnic nasty person (sb) ( Fig. !)
sunu son (archaic word for "son")
sunyin space of time ( sb)
suomen Finn(ish)
Suomi Finland
suor sister ( sb ) ( religious, nun )
sup past tense of seup
supeih to turn upside down (vtr)
super super (adj)
superbia vainglory (sb)
superficie area (sb)
superstructure superstructure (sb)
supervivum houseleek (sb)
supervolcan (& supervolcano) = supervolcano (sb)
supiht (& supihn) = upside down (adj)
supodeh subjugate, subject (vtr)
supodeht (& supodehn) = underling, henchman (sb)
supostah subordinate (adj)
supplante supplant (vtr )
suppon present tense base of « supposen »
suppose let's suppose, supposing that (prep)
supposen suppose (vtr)
supprem present tense base of « suppressem »
suppressem to suppress
suppression piurn suppressive fire (sb)
suprematia supremacy (sb)
supreme supreme
surc past tense of seurc
surce source (sb)
surcot surcoat ( sb)
sure sure ( adj )
surf surf (sb)
surface surface (sb. & vint)
suringa siege mine
surgoun outlaw (sb)
suri Syrian (adj & sb)
Suria Syria (npr)
suriay Syriac
Suriname Suriname (npr)
surogv black coat horse
suronpan abacus ( sb)
surplus surplus (sing; sb)
surprined surprise ( vtr )
surpris past participle & past tense of surprined
surprise surprise (sb)
surrealisme surrealism
surreg {surrEg} = arise, rush up (vtr)
sursedd + acc = suspend (vtr)
sursess suspension, reprieve, deferment (law; sb)
surugi postillion (sb)
survive (+ acc.) = survive (vtr)
Susanne Susan (npr)
suschi sushi (sb)
suspec [suspEk] = to suspect
suspecen suspicion (sb)
suspeceus suspicious (adj)
suspend [suspEnd] = suspend (vtr) (fig)
suspense suspense (sb)
sussam sesame (sb)
susur whisper (vtr)
sut past tense of seut
suter owner (sm )
sutliach rice pudding
suture suture (sb)
suw past tense of "seuw"
suwal question (sb & vtr)
suy past tense of seuy
Suways Suez (city of Egypt; sb)
sval swallow (sb)
svalswayp dovetail joint
Sveden Sweden (npr)
Svensk swedish (adj); Swede (npr)
swadglehdj ice cream ( sb)
swad sweet (adj )
swadwn season ( vtr )
swamen lord ( sb)
swamonium lordship, paramountcy (sb)
swardu rind (of meet, sb )
swardut chubby (adj )
swarm swarm ( sb)
swat wind row (sb)
swaul sole (of shoe, foot, sb )
swayp tail (sb)
sweb Suevic, Suebic, Suebian (adj & sb)
sweghi porcupine (sb)
swehbh hover (vint)
swehd be accustomed to
swehdos custom (sb)
swehk smell ( vtr ) (subject perfume)
swehl swell ( vtr )
swehmbh to mop, spounge up (vtr)
swehn ring (vtr / vint )
swehnd dissipate, fade ( vint)
swehner sonorous, resonant (adj )
swehng swing (vtr)
swehp sleep (vtr)
swehpen sleep (sb)
swehpghanger sleepwalker (sb)
swehpsack sleeping bag (sb)
swehpwagon sleeper, sleeping wagon
swehr pronounce, utter (vtr)
swehrbh whirl, swirl (vtr, vint)
sweid to sweat (sb)
sweigh to shut up (vint)
sweih whistle (vtr ) ( sing )
sweind dissipate (vtr)
swekers parents-in-law ( spl )
swekwehr ensure ( vtr ) ( a service)
swekwos sap, juice (sb)
swekwr safe ( adj) (in safety; self-assured)
swelion wife s sister s husband (sb)
swelpel sulfur (sb )
Swelyos Sun God
Swelyioskwekwl Sun Chariot / Wheel
Swelyosplowyo Solar Boat ( sb )
swergos cloudy sky (sb)
swes sister (sb)
swester sister (sb)
swesgen sibling (sb)
swesgenmenos fraternity, spirit of brotherhood
swesgven fratricidal (adj)
swesgvon fratricide (murder of the sibling; sb)
swesrin sisterly (pertaining to one s sister; adj)
sweurgh worry ( vint); sorrow (sb)
swiedwn past tense of swadwn
swigh past tense of sweigh
swih past tense of sweih
swin swine (sb)
swind fan, lay open (vtr); past tense of (oi)sweind
swindel swindle, fraud (sb)
swindler swindler (sb)
swinfluenza swine influenza
swinghing swinging (exchange of sexual partners; sb)
swinphel sow bread (flower, sb)
swistel whistle (sm )
switer sweater ( sb)
swo self ( adj )
swobod autonomous (adj)
swod in the way of (prep)
swodohbro flag flag of convenience
swoglehmber booting (sb; computer)
swohbh past tense of swehbh
swohd custom (sb); past tense of swehd
swohdic customary
swohk past tense of swehk
swohl past tense of swehl
swohmbh past tense of (oi)swehmbh
swohn past tense of swehn
swohnd past tense of swehnd
swohng past tense of swehng
swohp past tense of swehp
swohr past tense of swehr
swohrbh past tense of swehrbh
swoi shuttle ( sb)
swoid sweat ( sb & vint)
swoin team (sb)
swoker father-in-law (sb)
swokru mother-in-law (sb )
swol soil, floor ( sb )
swoleus disinterested ( adj )
swolikwt /swolikwn = left to oneself
swolspect Land Register (sb )
swombh spounge (sb)
swon sound (sb; noise)
swonbehr loudspeaker
swonkwatel loudspeaker enclosure
swonpneiger suppressor (for firearms, sb)
swonstaven abat-son (sb)
swonstrei soundtrack
swoplaisen /swoplaist = smug, self-important
sword black (adj)
sword cofie black coffee (sb)
swordmaria police van, "Black Maria" (sb)
swurgh past tense of « sweurgh »
sycomore sycomore (sb)
syllab syllable (sb)
syllogisme syllogism
sylve forest (sb)
sylvester sylvester (adj)
symbiose symbiosis (sb)
symbol symbol (sb)
symmetria symmetry (sb)
sympathia sympathy ( sb)
sympathisant supporter (adj & sb)
symphonic symphonic (adj)
symptome symptom (sb)
synagog synagogue (sb)
syncretisme syncretism
syndic trustee, management agent (sb)
syndical trade-union (adj)
syndicalisme trade-unionism
syndicat trade union (sb)
synod synod (sb)
synonym synonym (adj & sb)
synor (sing ) = reaches ( splu )
synorise + acc = to confine to
synt sin (sb); to sin (vint)
syntaxe syntax
synthesator synthesizer (music; sb)
Syracuse Syracuse
syrat speed (sb)
systematise systematize (vtr)
systeme system (sb)
systemic systemic
syuh sew (vtr)
syumen sewing, seam (sb) (result)
ta these, those (neutral plural nominative & accusative)
taajub exclamation (of surprise, sb)
taala exaltation (sb)
taale to exalt
taam tapestry (sb)
taana taunting (sb)
taane taunt (vtr)
taat obedient (adj)
tab (tabulation) = tab (computing)
tabak tobacco (sb)
tabakconsumm tabacco smoking (sb)
tabakdose snuffbox (sb)
tabakdukan tobacconist s shop
taban sole of foot (sb)
tabard tabard
tabaschire marl ( sb)
tabell notice board (sb)
tabib doctor, physician ( sm ) ( fam ! )
tabique partition wall (sb)
table table ( sb, including "Tablets of Law " )
tablecockhliar tablespoon (quantity; sb)
tablette tablet (sb)
tabou taboo
tabourett stool (sb )
tabricarte greeting card (sb)
tabrick congratulations (sb)
tabular office (of notar, sb)
tabule blackboard (sb)
tacit tacit (adj)
taciturn taciturn (adj)
Tacitus Tacitus ( npr )
tackel tackle ( vtr )
tackel football tackle football (sb)
tackye skullcap (sb)
tact tact; bar (music, sb)
tactique (sing) = tactics (sb)
tadadh numbering ( sb)
tadbir caution, prudence (sb )
tadribe exercise (sb ) (physical )
tadrijan gradually (adv )
tafarruj break (sb) (children at school)
tafsil schedule of conditions
taft taffeta ( sb)
tagara Nero s crown (flower )
tagargik scrip, wallet (sb)
tah thaw (vint)
tahona flour mill ( sb)
tahu soy cheese
taiper presently
tajhisat equipment, supplies (sb)
tajir merchant (sb); tajir bank = merchant bank
tak past tense of tanek
takabur haughtiness, arrogance ( sb)
takaburi arrogant (adj)
takach weaver (sb)
takan bump, jog (sb & vint)
takelage rigging (sb)
takhta platform, rostrum (sb)
takim paraphernalia (sb)
takoun heel (artificial, sb)
takriban approximately, almost (adv)
takrire emergency judicial proceedings (sb)
takrise back cover, blurb (sb)
talab water retention, reservoir (sb)
Talai-Lama Dalai-Lama
talak repudiation (sb); to repudiate (vtr)
talas swell (sea, sb)
talasch hurly burly (sb)
talent talent (sb)
talenteus talented (adj)
taler dish, plate (sb)
talg such ( pron )
talim education, teaching (sb)
talimat learning ( sb)
talisman talisman (sb )
talk talc (sb)
talkh biting ( adj , fig)
talkun oats flour (sb)
talmo wedding tent (sb)
talmud talmud
taluss embankment (sb)
tamam OK
tamarind tamarind ( sf )
tamaskhur buffoonery ( sf )
tamassuk negotiable instrument
tambur drum (sm )
tamburin tambourine (sb )
tamhide preliminary ( adj)
tamijdar well educated
tamkha badge, sign ( sb )
tamrin gymnastics move
tamsil performance (of a player, sb)
tamsilart (sing) = performing arts (splu)
tam -tam tom- tom ( sb )
tan (& tando) = as long as ( conj )
tanab tent rope ( sb)
Tanagra Tanagra (npr)
tanah tannaim
tanakh tanakh (sb)
tanek concentrate ( vtr / vpr )
tang clamp ( sf )
tangent tangent ( adj )
tangerine tangerine (sb)
tanghe pitch and toss (vint )
tanghage list (watercraft, sb)
tangible tangible
tanglu snowshoe (sb)
tangpfu mount of piety (sb)
tanjar pan (sb)
tank tank ( sb)
tanker tanker (sb)
tannin maritime monster
Tanzania Tanzania (npr)
taoisme taoism (sb)
tant so much, so many (adv, adj)
tant-ye for ought
tantalum tantalum (sb)
tantana feasting, carousal (sb)
tante aunt (sb)
tanzil discount ( sb) (price)
taochang ponytail (of human hair; sb)
taper hatchet ( sb)
taperglupt (& tapergluben) = cut with pruning hook (adj)
tapete wallpaper (sb)
tapia adobe wall (sb)
tapicier upholsterer (sb)
tapicieria padding (sb)
tapit carpet ( sm )
tapwl board (sf )
tar then (after interrogative; clitic)
taraf match (sb; for marriage)
tarafdar adept, supporter of a doctrine (sb)
taragh overwhelm, distress, disrupt (vtr)
taraghmen ab = frantic about (adj)
taragweidos turbulent (adj)
tarak crack, split (sb)
tarakan cockroach (sb)
taram aperitif (sb) (based on seafood)
Taranto Taranto
tarantule tarantula
tarasque tarasque (sb)
tarbusch fez (hat; sb)
tarcha target-disk (sb)
tare tare, defect (sb)
targan cockroach (sb)
tarick highway maintenance
tariff tariff (sb)
tariffpaneg pricing (sb)
tarikat crafty
tarikhe date (in date, sb)
tarima stool, stepladder (sb)
tarink peg, pin (sb) (metal)
tarja target (sb)
tarjem translation (sb) and translate (vtr); Tarjem iom Septgim = Septuagint
tarjmant translator (sb)
tarjoun tarragon (sm)
tark conjecture (vtr)
tarn dull (adj; color)
tarneih tarnish (vtr)
tarnien stranger (adj. & sb)
taro taro ( sb)
tarot tarot (sb )
Tarsus Tarsus (npr)
Tartaros Tartarus ( npr )
tarte pie (sb)
tarter tartar, scale ( sb )
taschabyth moral firmness ( sb)
taschakur grace, thanks (sb)
Taschkent Tashkent (npr)
task task (sb)
taskar beggar ( sm )
taskerat acquired, accumulated experience ( sb)
taslime surrender ( sb & vint )
tassalli comfort, relief (sb)
tassallise comfort (vtr )
tassalsul coupling ( sb )
tassawuf sufism (sb)
tasse cup (sb; ex: tea)
taste feel, sound/try out (vtr)
tatou tattoo (sb)
taukile appointment (sb ) (to a post )
tauliat letter of credence (sb)
taunay covetousness, lust ( sf )
taungh ( tanghu ) = heavy, large ( adj)
taunschiun childlike ingenuousness (sb)
taur bull (sb)
taurlown debate (sb)
taurokatapsia taurocatapsis (sb)
Taurus Taurus (npr)
tauschire to damascene; damascening (sb)
tauxi porcelain ware (sb)
tavan ceiling (sb)
taverne tavern (sb)
tavla ice rink (sb)
tavle toskate (on an ice ring)
tavro red-hot iron
tawadu ritual ablution (sb)
tawoun plague (sb; disease)
tawrlien serious, calm (adj)
tawsie advocate ( vtr )
tawtay purify, purge, refine ( vtr )
taxe tax (sb)
taxi taxi (sb)
taximeter taximeter
taxir shortage (sb)
tay replace ( vtr ); ( prefix) = spare (first element of compound)
tayar ready, prepared (adj)
tayc to keep quiet (vint)
taydeils spares
tayeur suit, costume (sb)
tayfun typhoon (sb)
tayin ration (sb) (of food)
tayman disrespectful ( adj)
taymayo hawksbill (sb)
Taypei Taipei (npr)
tayrot spare wheel
Taywan Taiwan (npr)
taywanese Taiwanese (adj & sb)
taziya (sing) = condolences (splu)
tazkire bookmark (sb)
Tbilissi Tbilisi (npr)
Tchaykovsky Tchaikovsky (npr)
te thee, you (accusative)
Te dumbo sub ghom ! (exp):" I terrorize you ! "
technic technical (adj)
technique technique (sb)
tect roof (sb)
tecton carpenter (sb)
tefillin phylactery (sb)
teg to cover (vtr)
tegber roof's A-frame
teghel open skillet (sb)
teghell machine sewing (sb)
teghnon fry pan (sb)
teglatte roof board (sb)
tegos toiture (sb)
teguid plump (adj)
tegule tile (sb)
tegut thicket (sb)
tehg to cover
tehl support, bear, tolerate (vtr)
tehlp to fit (into a space; vint)
tehm cut, deem (vtr)
tehng dip (vtr)
tehngos outcrop (sb)
tehom abyss ( sb) ( geographical )
tehr cross ( vtr )
Tehran Tehran ( npr )
tehrb (see grammar ) = to have to
tehrg threat (vtr )
tehrgspehc menacing, grim (adj)
Tehria ferryboat (myth., sb)
tehx lay out (vtr)
teib roach ( sb)
teigel tickle (vtr )
tein maintain ( vtr )
teingwain pleasure garden ( sb)
teint complexion, colouring (sb)
teip tape, record (vtr)
teken esquire (sb) (apprentice knight)
tekhnass manage to (vint)
telealarme remote alarme (sb)
telefilm television film (sb)
telekinese telekinesis (sb)
Telemakhos Telemachus
telematique (sing.) = telematics
teleorbat telecommuting (sb)
telepathia telepathy (sb)
telephone telephone (vint & sb)
teleporte teleport ( vtr )
teleschopping teleshopping ( sm )
telescopic vizieler telescopic sight
television television (sb)
teliak bathhouse boy
telluric telluric (adj)
tellurium tellurium (sb)
telvee (sing) = coffee grounds / dregs ( splu )
tem so (much/many)
tem maungh as much
temos darkness (sb)
temost dark (adj)
temper temple (of skull; sb)
tempera tempera (sb)
temperament temperament (sb)
temperance temperance (sb)
temperature temperature (sb)
tempere temper (vtr)
templar templar (sb)
temple temple (sb)
tempo tempo (sb)
tempos time interval (sb)
Tems Thames (npr)
temser dark, obscure, mysterious (adj )
ten lair, den (sb)
tenchere cooking pot ( sb)
tenct hermetic (adj)
tend to stretch, to tense (vtr)
tender tender (adj)
tenderesse tenderness (sb)
tendon tendon (sb)
tengie to look like
teni darkness (sb)
teni - dark (prefix)
tenia ringworm (sb)
tenjra casserole (sb)
tenkel molke, buttermilk ( sb)
tennis tennis (sb)
tenorblockflute tenor recorder (flute; sb)
tens these, those (masculine plural accusative) ; past participle & past ten
se of « tend »
tensor tensor (sb)
tentacule tentacle (sb)
tentative attempt (sb )
tentel net (sb)
tepeh tell (archaeology; sb)
tephra tephra (sb)
tepid lukewarm (adj)
tepji tray (sb) (to carry food)
tepos asceticism
tepsi cake tin (sb)
ter there
terebenth turpentine (sb)
teremut grumpy (adj)
Teresa os Avila Teresa of Avila (npr)
tergiversation tergiversation
terkat fur (sb; of a living animal)
terlique slipper (sb)
termen boundary stone (sb)
termin term, end (sb)
terminal terminal ( adj , sm)
termite termite (sb)
Terra the Earth (planet)
terran earthling, from the Earth (adj. & sb)
Terra Nova Newfoundland (npr)
terracotta terracotta (sb)
terrain terrain (sb)
terrasse terrace (sb)
terrible terrible (adj)
terrier terrier (dog; sb)
territorial territorial
territorialo planen spatial planning
territorial wedor (sing) = territorial waters (splu)
territorium territory (sb)
terrorisme terrorism
tert third part(y) (adj. & sb)
tert-mund Third World
terter auger (sb)
tertiar sector service sector
tertipe trick, tip (sb)
Terto-Stat Third State
terwn teenager
terwnia teenage (sb)
tesedin finery, set (sb)
tesghiakh workbench (sb)
test test ( sb & vtr)
tetanus tetanus (sb)
teterv grouse (sb)
Tethys Tethys (npr)
tetro thither (adv)
teug (tegu) = thick (adj)
teugisch covert (sb)
teuk germinate, sprout (vint)
teul afford (vtr )
teum inflate (vtr )
teun ( tenu ) = thin (adj)
teuneg slender (adj )
teup hide oneself (vint / vtr)
teupsess stocky, squat (adj)
teurb to make out of order (vtr)
teurs dry out (vtr/vint)
teursclehsp clothes peg (sb)
teursi drier (sb)
teursic torrid (adj)
teursia drought (sb)
teurst thirst ( sb)
teurstic thirsty (adj)
teursviel clothesline ( sf )
teut tribe ( sf )
teution chief of tribe (sb)
teutisk tribal
texte text
textenbeorbater word processor (software)
texture texture (sb)
tey to steal
Thaddayos Thaddeus
thakithami garret (attic, sb)
thalamus thalamus (sb)
thambra uproar, din (sb)
thamf stench (sf )
thang seaweed (sb)
thark light blue
Thayland Thailand (npr)
theatral binocle (sing.) = opera glasses
theatre theatre (sb)
thebay Theban
Thebes Thebes (npr, city of Greece)
theme theme, topic
Theodericus Theodoric
Theokrit Theocritus (npr)
Theophania Epiphany
Theophrest Theophrastus
theorise to theorize (vtr)
theoretic theoretician, theorist (sb)
theoric theoretical
theourgia theurgy
Thermopyles Thermopylae
Theseus Theseus (npr)
theosoph theosophist
thol dome (sb)
thorax thorax, chest (sb)
Thrace Thrace (npr)
thraci Thracian (adj & sb)
Thrasymekh Thrasymachus
thron throne (sb)
Thukydides Thucycides (npr)
Thule Thule (npr)
thull cotter pin (sb)
thurroa shoulder bag (sb)
thuthena Madonna lily (sb)
thyrs thyrsus (sb)
ti these, those (undertermined plural nominative & accusative)
tia ! why ! ( interj. )
tib to thee/you (dative)
tibanch gun (familiar ! , sb)
Tiber Tiber ( npr )
tick tick ( sm )
tid time (sb) (as a definite period, an epoch)
tieckel past tense of tackel
tiel up to, till ( prep )
tien thy, thine, your, yours
tienbing beam balance (sb)
tienghiay skyline
tienhuy oil lamp ( sb)
tienjien original, of origin ( adj )
tienkau celestial sphere ( sb)
tienkiou weather conditions ( splu )
tienkizu weather map (sb)
tienmwenday sky observatory (sb)
tienxia anywhere in the world (adv)
tienyung (sing) = poor weather conditions (splu)
tierg wipe (vtr)
tierk past tense of tark
Tierra del Fuego [ tyErra del fwEgo ] = Tierra del Fuego
tiey past tense of tay
tieyc past tense of tayc
tiganiza donut (sb )
tigel past tense of teigel
tighel crucible (chemicals; sb)
tigher tiger ( sb )
Tigris Tigris ( npr ; River of Mesopotamia )
tijarat trade (sb)
tik only ( adv )
tilmach interpret (vtr & sb) (translating)
tilt drawbridge ( sb)
timar horse grooming (sb)
Timayos Timaeus (Plato's work; sm)
timpan (a single) timpani (sing; classical music)
timbre timbre (sb) (voice)
timian incense (sb)
timid shy ( adj )
timorat timorous ( adj)
Timur (& Timur Lang) = Tamerlane ( npr )
tin past tense of tein ; fig tree (sb)
tincture tincture (sf ; pharmacy)
tinghi retail (sale)
tingire pan, copper (sb)
tint ink (sb)
Tintin Tintin (npr)
Tintoretto Tintoretto (npr)
tintschib tinted glass (sb)
tip past tense of teip ; tip (advice; sb)
tipi tipi
tiptil stealthily (adv)
tiquet ticket (sb)
tirade tirade (sb)
tirage newspaper circulation (sb)
tiret drawn, pinched, haggard (adj, face)
tischa-beav Tisha B'Av
tischert T-shirt (sb)
tissue tissue (sb)
tissue papier tissue paper
titan titan
titanium titanium (sb)
titille tickle (vtr )
titube stagger (vint)
titular holder, incumbent (adj & sb)
titule title (sb)
Titus Livus Livy (npr)
tiuna prickly pear (sb)
Tiurhevd Shrovetide (sb)
tiyak walking stick (sb)
Tiziano Titian (npr)
tjauk congee (sb)
tjwowschi clairvoyance (sf )
to that (general pronoun)
toast toast; behd un toast = to propose to drink a toast
tobian sand eel (sb)
toboghan toboggan (sb)
tod that, this (neutral nominative & accusative)
todegher (& todeghern) = this morning
toffie toffee (sb)
toga toga (sb)
togick tajik (adj & sb)
Togickistan Tajikistan (npr)
tohg past tense of "tehg"
tohl past tense of tehl
tohlp past tense of "tehlp"
tohm past tense of tehm
tohma slash, cut (sb)
tohng past tense of tehng
tohr past tense of tehr
tohrb had to (past tense)
tohrg past tense of tehrg
tohx past tense of tehx
toi ! I like that !
tokmak mallet (sb)
tolk talk (vint); explain, interpret (vtr), perform (vtr)
tolkav talkative (adj)
toll customs duty
tollunion customs union
tolp location (sb)
Tolstoi Tolstoy
tom that, this (masculine singular accusative)
tomate tomato
tome tome (sb)
tomographia scan (sb)
tomost cutting, sharp (adj)
ton tone (sb)
tonal tonal (adj; music)
tongjon compassion (sb)
tonic tonic (adj)
tonic water tonic water (sb)
tonnage tonnage
tonne tonn (1000 kg)
tontine tontine (sb)
topaz topaz (sb)
topfhelm helmet (of armour; sb)
topic topic ( sb)
toplice hot spring
top (& topp) = top (sb)
toque toque (sb)
tor tower (sb)
Torah Torah ( sb)
torche torch (sb)
torcule (wine, oil) press (sb)
torrette turret (sb)
torf peat (sb)
torg trade (sb)
torgbalance balance of trade
torgrepresenter sales representative (sb)
torgue + acc. = trade in (vtr)
torlak stupid, goose (fig !, sb)
torm hole ( sb)
tornado tornado ( sb)
torni religious portal, torii, torana
tornister pack-sack (sb)
toronkha grapefruit (sb)
torpede torpedo (vtr)
torpedo torpedo (sb)
torpedoboot torpedo boat
torpor torpor, lethargy sb)
torque torque (sb)
torrent torrent (sb)
torrid torrid (adj)
torsade torsade
torsk cod (sb)
torso torso (sb)
torte cake (sb)
toru churning stick
torubohu buzz ( sb)
torubow hum (vint)
tos of that (masculine & neutral singular genitive)
Toscana Tuscany
toseh trough (sb)
totalitair totalitarian (adj)
touche touch (vtr & sb)
touchecran touchscreen (sb)
tour tour (sb) (visit, ballot round, artist)
touren turn (vint)
touristic tourist (adj)
tourmaline tourmaline (sb)
tourniquet tourniquet; revolving door, turnstile (sb)
tovar ware, merchandise (sb) (trade)
towkjian dirt floor
townghee soy germ
towngji Winter Solstice
towsraen randomly ( adv )
tox yew wood (sb )
toxin toxin ( sb)
toyu gorse ( sb)
se trabe stumble (vint)
trace trace (sb & vtr)
track track (on a disk)
trackliste playlist (on a disk)
tractat treatise (sb)
tracte treat, deal with (a topic)
tractor tractor (sb)
trafic traffic (road, sb)
traficznayc traffic sign (sb)
traficznaycos signage (sb)
trafique traffic (sb; contraband)
trag draw, pull (vtr)
tragedia tragedy (sb)
tragher support (sb) (architecture)
tragherbalk dragon beam (carpentry)
tragrect drawing right (finance; sb)
trahen trample/tread on (vtr)
traigv wheat (sb)
train train (sb; both for "transport" and "garment")
trainer coach (sb)
trainire train (vtr/vint)
trait facial feature (sb)
traite treat (vtr)
traiteit treaty ( sb ) (international)
traitement treatment (sb)
trakh (traditional) costume (sb)
trakh suit (clothing, sb)
trampa barter (sb)
tram (& tramvia) = tramway (sb)
trance trance (sb)
tranche section (of a project; sb)
tranchee trench (sb)
trandafel dog rose (sb)
trans beyond (prep)
transaction transaction ( sb)
transbaur pierce
transceptor transceiver (sb)
transcrib transcribe
transcript (& transcription) = transcript (sb)
transfer ( transfèr ) = transfer (sb & vtr)
transfiguration transfiguration (sb)
transformator (electric) transformer (sb); transformator industrie = processi
ng industry
transforme to transform
transhumance transhumance (sb)
transistor transistor
transleis consult (by reading; vtr)
transparence transparency
transpiration perspiration (sb)
transplantat transplant (sb)
transplante transplantation (sb); transplant (vtr)
transport transport (sb; incl. emotion)
transporte transport (vtr)
Transylvania Transylvania (npr)
trapdwer trap door (sb)
trapeol nasturtium ( sf )
trapezariya refectory (sb)
trapeze trapeze (sb)
trapper trapper (sb)
traque tracking down (sb)
tratte commercial draft
trauric sad, mourning (adj)
trav grass ( sf )
traverse rail, cross bar
travertin travertine (sb )
travos turf (sm )
travplor lawn ( sf )
trawler trawler ( sb )
treb building (sb )
trebuchet trebuchet (sb)
treff clubs (playing cards; sb)
tregv truce (sb)
trehc to displace oneself; displacement
trehd tread (vtr)
trehen wear down/out (vtr )
trehkw wriggle, squirm ( vtr)
trehm throb, vibrate (vint)
trehng corner, drive back ( vtr )
trehp steer, aim, point (vtr )
trehs shudder, shiver, quiver (vint)
treht trot ( vtr )
trehv find, meet ( vtr )
treic braid ( vtr )
treiccruce kick-flip (sb)
treikw twist, twiddle (vtr)
treim slave away (vint)
trem bedside (sb)
trembitsa bugle (sb)
tremble tremble (vint)
tremolo tremolo
trench trench coat (sb)
Trente Glorieuses Trente Glorieuses
tresur treasure (sb)
treud crush (vtr)
treus + acc. = trust
tri three (num)
triangle triangle (sb; including the instrument)
triangular triangular (adj)
tribue assign, allocate (vtr)
tribuet mikdar unitat assigned amount unit (Kyoto protocol; sb)
tribulation tribulation
tribun tribune (sb; speaker)
tribunal tribunal, court (sb)
tribune platform, forum (sb)
tric past tense of treic
trick trick (sb)
tricorne tricorne (sb)
tricter funnel; bell of a wind instrument (sb)
tridacna tridacna (sb)
trident trident (sb)
trieg past tense of trag
trifel clover ( sb)
trigrosch three-pence (fig; of little value; adj)
trikw past tense of treikw
trill trill (sf )
trim past tense of treim
trimod hopper (sb)
trinquete foremast
trinitat trinity (sb)
triod triode (sb)
tripartite tripartite ( adj )
Tripoli Tripoli (npr)
Tripolitania Tripolitania
tris thrice; three of a kind (poker)
Trisina Troezen (npr; city of Greece)
trist sad (adj) (thing)
triswesgen Three Sisters (agriculture)
Tritwn Triton, the Third One (Indo-European divinity)
triumph triumph (sb & vint)
trivial trivial (adj)
troglodyte cave dweller (adj & sb)
trohc past tense of "trehc"
trohd past tense of trehd
trohkw past tense of trehkw
trohm past tense of trehm
trohng past tense of trehng
trohp past tense of trehp
trohs past tense of trehs
troht past tense of treht
trohv found, met (past tense)
trohvbureau Lost and Found
Troia Troy (npr)
troian Troyan (adj & sb)
trolleybus trolleybus
trombone trombone (sb)
trompe trumpet, horn (sb)
trompe-l'oeil trompe l'oeil (sb)
trompette trumpet (sb & vint)
trope trope
trophi trophy (sb)
tropic tropic (sb)
trotuar sidewalk (sb)
troubadour troubadour (sb)
trouble trouble (sb & vtr)
trozd thrush (sb)
trub cloudy (liquid, adj )
truculence truculence ( sb)
trud past tense of treud
trufel truffle (sf )
trugand villain, crook (sb)
trukhla sideboard ( sm ),
trump trump (cards, sb)
trunk trunk (of tree; torso, sb)
trupp troup (sb)
trus past tense of treus
trust trust ( sb)
trusteitos trusteeship (sb)
tsaduki Sadduccee (adj & sb)
tsang store up (vtr)
tsanswan carbonic acid (sm )
tsay re - (prefix), back (adv)
tsieng past tense of tsang
Tsour Tyre (city of Lebanon)
tsui scorch (vint)
tsun shoal (of fish, sb)
tsunami tidal wave, tsunami (sb)
tu thou, you (nominative singular)
tualette toilets (splu); grooming, washing (action, sb)
tualette-papier toilet-paper (sb)
Tuareg Tuareg (adj, sb)
tuba tuba (sb)
tube tube (sb)
tuben campan tubular bells, chimes (splu)
tuberculose tuberculosis ( sb)
tuff tuff (sb)
tugur dive, hovel (sb)
tuibh tubular ( adj)
tuich empty (adj)
tukan toucan (sb)
tul past tense of teul
tula balance (sb, same weight)
tulhauk garfish (sb)
Tulkarem Tulkarm
tulpan tulip (sb)
tulumba water pump
tum past tense of teum
tumar roll of parchment
tumba somersault (sm)
tumbh tomb, tombstone (sb)
tumor tumor (sb)
tumrouk block log (sb)
tumult tumult ( sm )
tumultueus tumultuous (adj)
tun then (temporal adverb)
tuna tuna ( sb)
tunder thumper ( sb) ( Dune)
tuned hit, thump ( vtr )
tunnel tunnel (sb)
tup past tense of teup
Tupeud Tibet ( npr )
Turb past tense of teurb
turbant disturbing (adj)
turbe bother, hamper ( vtr )
turbine turbine (sb)
turbulence turbulence (sb)
turgescent turgid (adj)
turkmene Turkmen
turnier tournament (sb)
turnover turnover (sb)
turpitude base act, baseness, turpitude
turri tor (sb; geology)
turs past tense of teurs ; dried, dead, fallen (ex: leaves; adj)
tursa dry earth (sb)
turtule turtle-dove (sb)
turuk bonito (sb)
turunch bitter orange
turunjan lemon balm (sb)
tus past participle & past tense of tuned
tusent thousand ( sm )
tute cornet, cone (sb)
tutelar guardian, custodial (adj)
tutele guardianship (sb)
tutia zinc oxide
tutkal glue (sb)
tuvar tart ( adj )
tuvra monogram (sb)
tuxule barrel tap
tuy ponytail
TV-apparat television receiver
TV carte TV tuner card
TV Channel TV channel
TV luckern television receiver
TV Serie TV - Series
twac hide, skin (sb) ( scratch )
twantao short sword (sb)
twarog quark (sb)
Twantankhaman Tutankhamun (npr)
twehr swirl (vint)
twehrel twirl (vint)
tweis twinkle ( vint )
tweiser sparkling (adj )
twis past tense of tweis
twohr past tense of twehr
twohrel past tense of twehrel
tyehc flow (vint); to happen, take place (vint)
tyehgv + acc. = to waive (vtr)
tyehr scrub (vtr )
tyeic to make happen, to make flow (vtr) to proceed to
tyohc past tense of tyehc
tyohr past tense of tyohr
tymian thyme ( sb )
typhoid ( feber ) = typhoid fever (sb)
Typhon Typhon (npr)
typhus typhus (sb)
tyrann tyrant (sb)
tyrk turkish (adj & sb)
tyrkchylyk Pan-Turkism
tyrkiss turquoise (sb)
tyrma prison-fortress
Tyrol Tyrol
tyrrhenic Tyrrhenian (adj)
Tyrtayos Tyrtaeus
tyulbenn headscarf ( sb )
ub up (adv)
ubbehrg to reinforce (vtr)
ubdrabs upstairs (adv)
ubfall strike, amaze (vtr) (fig. one's mind)
ubgwader step, running board (sb)
ubgwehm occur (vint)
ubiquinone ubiquinone (sb)
ubklad upload (sb & vtr)
ubnuw update (sb); past tense of "ubnuwen"
ubnuwen update (vtr)
ubroll to roll upwards (eyes)
ubsell towering (adj); to tower (vint)
ubslahat lapel, turn-up (sb) (clothing)
ubstehlb to protrude upwards (vint)
ubstiumep upgrade (computing)
ubweirt to enhance the value of (vtr)
uc past tense of euc
uchaka pickpocket (sm )
ud from (prep)
udbrehg break out (vint)
udclangh echo (vint)
uddeilen compartment ( sm )
uddrah run away / off (vint)
udghang exit (sb)
udglehm scale ( vtr )
udgwah overtake, go past (vtr ) (movement )
udkweiter cheer up, brighten up ( vtr )
udlyehger outrigger ( sb)
udnov renew ( vtr )
udnovim energia renewable energy (sb)
udschalt crack up (vint)
udschkembee gut (vtr )
udstehn detonate (vint)
udsteigh scale (vtr )
udstraj unaware ( adj)
udveic pull out ( vint) (vehicle)
udwakt + acc. = to be ahead of (in time; vtr)
udwaldh (+ acc.) = to impose upon (someone)
udwekwn mention ( vtr )
ughiul coal (Fr houille ; sb)
ujrat duty, tax, fee (sb)
ul past tense of eul
ulama Ulama ( sm )
ulg faded, withered (adj ); past tense of eulg
ulouk owl ( sb)
ulter besides (prep)
ultim ultimate (adj)
ultramarin ultramarine (blue)
ultraswon ultrasound
ultraswonskweiter ultrasonography
Ulysses Ulysses (npr)
umayyad ummayad (adj & sb)
Umbria Umbria
umum audience, attendance (sb)
un a(n); un pichen = a little bit of
unanim unanimous
UNCCA (Uniet Nations Conference de Commerce ed Antslehnken) = UNCTAD
uncia ounce (sb)
uni to a(n)
unicorn unicorn (sb)
unicitat uniqueness
unicycle unicycle (sb)
unie unite (sb); "unie-se nerteiht" = "Unity makes strength"
Uniet Arab Amirats United Arab Emirates
Uniet Stats os America United States of America
union union (sb)
unique unique (adj )
unisson unison ( sb)
unitarisme unitarianism (sb)
unitat unit, unity (sb)
universal bank universal bank
universe universe (sb)
uno a(n) (before singular maculine or neutral nouns in nominative or accusat
uns of a(n)
unte during; within a space, through (prep); through where ? (interrogative
untitner one the way ( adv)
unwan address (sb; informations)
upanishad upanishad (sb)
uper over (prep)
uperag overrun ( vtr )
uperal raise, heighten ( vtr )
uperbord overboard (adv)
upercontor over-the-counter
uperdah to hand over (vtr)
uperdeh to hand over (vtr)
uperdehl to elude (vtr)
uperdien at the surface (adv) ( in the daylight )
uperfall robbery, strike (attack; sb)
uperflutt submerge (vtr)
upergeih + acc. = get the better of (vtr) (win against)
uperghang to walk through/over
uperghehld to prevail (vint)
upergreip encroach upon (vtr)
uperhang overhang (sb)
uperhaul overhaul (vtr) (ship)
uperkeih dominate (vtr) (in height)
uperkwehlm overwhelm (vtr)
uperleit do = to pass to (vint; fig)
uperneih to make go (into = do)
uperplen crowded (adj)
uperskac vault (sb & vtr; jump)
uperskadh overshade (vtr)
uperslah to somersault (fig; ex. car)
uperspehc + acc. = to look out into (fig. view)
uperstah superior, senior (chief, sb); to survive, outlast (vtr)
uperswamen overlord (sb)
uperswehp hibernate (computer)
upertrag hand over (vtr)
upertrahen to make overflow (vtr)
upertrehd to overflow (vint)
upertrehen to get through
uperwakh (+ acc.) = to watch on
uperwakht watch, monitoring (sb)
uperwaldh overthrow (vtr) (by force); domination (sb)
uperwaldhen overthrowing (sb)
uperwehgh to knock down (subject = vehicle; vtr)
uperwehnd to get the upper hand on (vint)
uperwehrt to render, translate (vtr)
uperzug coating (sb) (fabric cover)
urad bough (sb)
uradel twig (sb)
Ural Ural (npr)
uralsk Ural (adj.)
urand supple, flexible (adj)
uranium uranium (sb)
Uranus Uranus (sb)
urb city, town (sb)
urbanisation urbanization
urbanisme city planning
urbcentre city center (sb)
urbmap (& urbplan) = map of the town
urbmeublar street furniture
urbrand periphery (sb) (city)
urd soft cheese (sb)
urg press, urge (vtr) (to be urgent)
Uriah is Hittite Uriah the Hittite (npr)
urine urine ( sb) and urinate ( vtr )
urne urn ( sb)
urng past tense of eurng
urp past tense of eurp
urx bear (sb)
urxar bear-tamer (sb)
US US (Uniet Stats; sb & adj)
US Secession Weir US Civil War (npr)
usbeck Uzbek (adj & sb)
Usbeckistan Uzbekistan (npr)
uscher tithe (sb)
use + acc. = use (vtr)
usrin aurochs skin (sb)
usro aurochs (sb)
Ussama bin Laden Ossama bin Laden (npr)
ustad master, erudite (sb)
usucapion usucapion (sb)
usufruct usufruct (sb)
usufructor usufructuary (sb)
usurpation usurpation (sb)
uter a(n) [when referring to the member of a pair], one of two
uterus uterus (sb)
util useful (adj)
uting iron (for clothes, sb)
utopia utopia (sb)
uyrhur uighur
vacance vacancy (sb)
vacca cow (sb)
vaccine vaccine (sb & vtr)
vadj sweet flag (calamus)
vafa fidelity (sb) (compliance with the rule, the origin)
vafat completion (sb)
vagabond vagabond (adj & sb)
vagder nomad (adj. & sb)
vagek stroller, loafer ( sb )
vagh wague (adj)
vah near future auxiliary (see grammar)
vaik crayfish (sb)
vainleugh lie, gossip (sb)
vajrayana vajrayana
val to be worth something (vtr)
valdhorn horn (instrument; sb)
valdrian valerian (herb, sb )
valid valid (adj)
valide validate (vtr)
valise suitcase (sb)
valk trample ( vtr ) (like a fuller )
vallee valley ( sb)
Valletta Valletta (npr)
valuta currency (sb)
valutacurs exchange rate (sb)
valve valve (sb)
valvule pallet (sb)
valz waltz
vampire vampire (sb )
van fetch (vtr)
vandale vandal (adj & sb)
vandalisme vandalism
vande vaunt (vtr)
vanguardia vanguard (sb); advanced (adj)
vanie vanish (vint)
vanilia vanilla (sb)
vank wobble, totter (vint)
vankeih rock, shake ( vtr )
vanna bathtub ( sb )
vannakyal bathroom
vansch wish ( vtr & sb)
vantage advantage ( sb)
vantageus advantageous ( adj )
vapor steamboat; vapor (sb)
vaps make-up (vtr )
vapwn blazon (sb), arms (splu)
vara boar ( sb )
varak tinfoil
varam lump, tumor ( sb )
varbenk door-to-door / public advertising; canvassing (sb)
varf snow-covered top mountain top (sb)
variable variable (adj)
variante variant (sb)
variat varied (adj)
varietat variety (sb)
varosch town (sb)
varsa slope (sb)
Varschava Warsaw (npr); Varschava Pact = Warsaw Pact
varye to vary
Vasco da Gama Vasco da Gama
vascular vascular ( adj )
vase vase (sb)
vasistas fanlight (sb)
vast vast, huge (adj)
vasya all the, they all, them all (neutral plural nominative & plural)
vasyalg all kinds of
vasyi all the (plu; must be declined, see grammar)
vat bet (vtr)
vatan home country (sb)
Vatican id - = the Vatican
vatra hearth (sb )
vaucher voucher (sb)
vaudeville comédie en vaudeville (sb)
vayn winnow (sb & vtr)
vecel vessel (sb)
vecker alarm clock ( sb)
vector vector (sb)
veda veda (npr)
vedanta vedanta (npr)
Vedast Gaston ( npr )
vedim ! let s see! ( interjection )
vegetarian vegetarian (adj. & sb)
vegetation vegetation (sb)
vehement vehement (adj)
vehicule vehicle (sb)
vehrbh recruit (vtr)
vehrm worm (sb)
vehrmsaup worm-eaten (adj)
vehrs shower (rain, sb)
vehrs pour (vtr)
vehrt estimate (vtr )
vehs wear (vtr)
vehsmen dress, clothes (sb)
veine vein ( sb) ( blood )
veisk to lime, to make sticky (vtr)
velin vellum (sb)
venaison venison (sb)
venapunction blood test
venchen deception (sb)
vene scour the forest for hunting
veneg seller (sb)
venegautomat vending machine
venere worship (vtr)
veneri venereal (adj)
Venezia Venice
Venezuela Venezuela (npr)
venezuelan Venezuela (adj. & sb)
venge venge ( vtr )
vengence vengeance ( sb)
venkel office, dispensary, shop, store (sb)
ventil gate, seacock ( sb)
ventilator (air) fan (sb)
ventouse suction cup (sb)
ventriloque ventriloquist
venture venture (vint)
Venus Venus (npr; planet)
ver true (adj)
veranda veranda ( sb)
verbena verbena (sb)
verdegreis verdigris ( adj )
verdvia highway
verdict verdict (sb)
verdure greenery, verdure (sb)
verft shipyard (sb)
verg to be avoided (vint)
vergeih avoid (vtr)
Vergilius Vergil ( npr )
Veria the True Faith
verifie check, verify ( vtr )
verkel street organ ( sb)
verniss varnish (sb)
vernisse varnish (vtr)
verset (& versen) in = (well-)versed in ( adj)
verslyn business (sb; trade)
verslyndirector manager (sb)
verslyning businessman (sb)
verstep desolation (sb) (place )
vertat truth (sb)
vertigineus breathtaking (adj)
vertigo dizziness ( sb)
Vesalius Vesalius ( npr )
vescell tableware (sb )
vescellschkaf credence, hutch ( sb)
vesdet getup, rigg-out (sb)
vesp wasp (sb)
Vespasian Vespasian
vespentaylle wasp waist (sb)
vesper evening ( sb)
vessel gay, merry, perky (adj)
vest vest ( sb)
vester garment, item of clothing ( sb)
vestibule hall (entrance room, sb)
vestige relic, vestige ( sb )
Vesuvio Vesuvius (npr)
vetat estate, private property (sb)
veteran veteran (sb)
veterinar veterinar (sb)
vetiver vetiveria (sb)
vetrin shop window (sb)
vetrinsmauter window-shopping
vetus olde(n) (vx, adj)
Vetus Testament Old Testament (sb)
veulbh wrap (up), shroud (vtr)
veurn hurt, wound (vtr)
veut old (adj)
veuter elder (adj)
veutst eldest (adj)
veutasc to age, grow older (when referring to a thing)
vever squirrel ( sb )
vevd weft (sb)
vexe upset (vtr )
via way (sb)
viable viable (adj)
via cruces Way of the Cross
viaghabel fork (of a way, sb)
viastamebh roadblock
vibraphone vibraphone (sb)
vic past tense of vinec
vicar vicar ( sb)
vice vice (prefix); instead of (prep)
vicel calf (animal, sb)
vicinitat vicinity (sb)
vicissitude vicissitude
victoria victory (sb)
vid view, sight (sb), see (vtr)
vidbehnd + acc. = blindfold (vtr)
viddeposit sight deposit
viden seen
videophone videophone (sb)
vidmark landmark
vidv widower , widow (adj & sb)
viel thread, wire (sb); past tense of val
vielk past tense of valk
vien past tense of van
vienk past tense of vank
vienke cradle (sb)
Vienna Vienna (npr; Capital of Austria)
viennese Viennese
viensch past tense of vansch
vieps past tense of vaps
vierd damage, loss, harm (sb)
vierdnic prejudicial, evil-doing, harmful (adj)
vies your, yours
viet past tense of vat
vietnamese Vietnamese (adj & sb)
vieyn past tense of vayn
vighab + acc. = realize (understand suddenly, vint)
vigil watchman
vigilant vigilant (adj )
vigla telescope (sb)
Viking Viking (adj , sb)
vil vile ( adj )
villa villa (sb)
village village (sb)
villar hamlet (sb)
vimb bream (fish, sb)
vin vin (sb)
vinar wine grower (sb)
vinber grape (sb )
vinec vainquish ( vtr )
vinghehrd vineyard ( sb)
vingher European weather loach (sb)
vinkelak ticketing device
vinopsen wine harvest (sb)
vinovat guilty (adj & sb)
vinyek vine ( sb) ( plant )
viola viol (music; sb)
violence violence (sb)
violent violent (adj)
violett purple (adj )
violin violin ( sb)
violoncello cello ( sb)
viper viper ( sb )
vire veer (vint ; vehicle )
virgen virgin (sb)
Virgen Insules Virgin Islands (npr)
virgenvinyek Virginia creeper
virid (plante) = house plant (sb)
virtuoso virtuoso
virtut virtue (sb); in virtut + gen = by virtue of
virtuteus virtuous (adj)
virulent virulent (adj)
vis saw & seen
visa visa (sb)
vischnia morello cherry (sb)
viseur collimator ( sb)
Vishnu Vishnu (npr)
vision vision ( sb)
visite visit (vtr & sb)
viskeus viscous (adj )
visor viewfinder, bombsight, focus ( sb)
vistop to get stalled (motor, engine, sb)
vitamin vitamin (sb)
viticulture viticulture, wine growing
vitisme steep slope (sb)
vitral stained glass (as in churches; sb)
vitrifie vitrify (vtr)
vitriol vitriol ( sb )
Vitruvius Vitruvius (npr)
vitule fiddle (sb)
vivair pond (sb)
vivisection vivisection
viz witticism (sb)
vlastar offspring (sb)
voc voice (sb)
vocabular vocabulary (sb)
vocation vocation (sb)
vocbehr loudspeaker ( sb)
vochet lament ( sb)
vodou voodoo (sb)
vohrbh past tense of vehrbh
vohrm past tense of vehrm
vohrt past tense of vehrt
vohs past tense of vehs
vol want (vtr); will (sb)
volatil volatile ( adj )
volay poultry meat
volcan (& volcano) = volcano (sb)
volcanic volcanic (adj )
volg to turn (oneself; vint/vpr)
Volodimir Sveintoslavich Vladimir the Great
voln wave (sb)
vols (sing) = sudden revivals (in a story); past participle & past tense of vo
lg ; you (2° sing) want
volt (he/she/it) wants; volt (sb); volt ne volt = whether he/she wants it or
voltage voltage (sb); voltage-tuler = surge protector
volubil talkative, garrulous (adj)
volubilitat gab, glibness (sb)
voluntar voluntary (adj), volunteer (sb)
volut volute, curl (sb)
volv overturn, fall over (vint)
volveih knock over, overturn (vtr)
volvwayzd bindweed
vomeih vomit (vtr)
vomit vomit (sb)
vorace voracious (adj)
vos you (non-nominative)
voster your, yours
voxhall concourse (railway station, sb )
voyage voyage (sb & vint)
voyel vowel (sb)
vrack wreckage (sb)
vragh brush ( sb)
vraj witchcraft (sb )
vreg hooked (adj)
vrehn crash into, ram ( vtr )
vrehng picklock (sb & vtr)
vrehnk twist ( vint)
vrehsch thresh (vtr)
vreik heather ( sb)
vreikst wrestle (vint)
vreink twist ( vtr)
vren ram (sb) (tool)
vret flock (sb)
vrick scull (rowing; vint)
vrikst past tense of vreikst
vrink past tense of vrink
vrink wrinkled (adj )
vriyen fortlet (sb)
vrohn past tense of vrohn
vrohng past tense of vrohng
vrohnk past tense of vrohnk
vrohsch past tense of vrehsch
vroik heath, moorland (sb)
vron crack, split ( sb)
vrongh curved (adj)
vronka anchorage (sb)
vulbh envelope (sb); past tense of "veulbh"
vulgar vulgar (adj)
Vulgate Vulgate
vulnerable vulnerable (adj)
vulp (& vulpek) = fox ( sb)
vurnos injury, wound (sb)
vurst sausage (sb )
vurstfingher pudgy finger
vyeig weight ( vtr )
vyige weight ( sb )
vyigic weighty ( adj )
wa or/and ( conj ) (that is to say )
waber wade (vint)
wad shoal (sb)
wadel waddle ( vint)
wadh ford (vtr)
wadi Wadi ( sb)
wadwon meaty (adj )
waendow green pea (sb)
waenkhoen resentment, grudge, rancour (sb)
wafat death ( sb ) and pass away (vint)
wag err ( vtr )
waga (sing) = scales ( splu)
wagglonce stray bullet
wagher club, bludgeon (sb)
wagin sheath, vagina ( sb)
wagon wagon (sb)
wagon-restaurant dining car (sb)
wahabia wahhabism
wahi stupid, feeble-minded (adj)
wahid only (adj )
wait to watch (out for), to be lying in wait for, to be on the watch (vtr )
wajib compulsory (adj)
wajkh facial expression ( sb )
wakea definitely ( adv)
wakel batch, quantity (sb)
wakf endowment (sb)
wakh watch over ( vtr )
wakhia guard station (sb)
wakhmayster cavalry sergeant (sb)
wakhschat wilderness ( sb)
wakht watch (sb)
wakhtmayster leading seaman (sb)
wakile sollicitor (law, sb)
wakt time ( sb) (duration)
wakya event (sb )
wakye happen, occur (vint)
wal well, fit, healthy (adj & adv)
Walach Vlach ( adj , sb)
waldh dominate, rule (vtr)
waldman woodsman
walg wobbly ( adj )
walik strong, powerful (adj)
wall wall, rampart (sb)
wallon walloon
wals post (sb; employment, custody)
walses wellness (sb)
walsk native (of the country; sb, adj)
Walter Walter
walu battlefield
walwal din ( sb ) ( ! noise )
wan lack, need (vtr & sb)
wanak leader (sb) (politics)
wanakti female leader (sb)
wand wave (sb)
wander err, wander (vtr )
wandlik wavy (adj)
wangher pillow (sb)
wangwl corner ( sb )
wanwster omasum (sb) ( 3rd stomach of ruminants)
wap water body (sb)
war + acc. = to beware of
warak leaf ( sb )
waraka note ( sb) (written sign)
warakendoigh puff pastry (sb)
warder watchdog
wardh hard, steep (adj ); to take shape, to get upright
wardhminegh urinate vertically (vint)
wardhitat uprightness (sb)
wardhpizdan "upright-breasted" (adj)
ware ware, merchandise (sb)
warenmoini systeme product-service system
waris heir ( sb)
wark (poor) wretch (sb)
warm warm (adj)
warmspand thermal exspansion (sb)
warmust mugwort ( sb)
warn warn (vtr)
warp motor warp drive engine ( Star Trek)
warren warren (sb)
warwn heaven (sb)
wasabi (cren) = wasabi (sb)
wasaha vivid description ( sb)
wasf quality ( sb) (title)
wasire vizier ( sb)
wassal to find back each other (vint)
wassic reliable (adj)
wassika official deed; reliability
wassil reunion (sb)
wassila means (sb)
wassime nice (adj) (fig., a quantity)
wassiye bequeath (vtr)
wastah cause, reason (sb)
wastu city (vx)
waswas nibbling, quibbling (sb)
WAT ( WirtAddihnTaxe ) = VAT
wata cotton wool (sb)
watt watt (sb)
wau (artificial) kite (sb)
waun camp, encampment (sb)
waungordos campsite (sb)
waunwogh vardo (sb)
waurg press, oppress (vtr); throng (sb)
waurgpusc knock into, push (vtr)
waurgvreink buckling (ex: metalls)
waurmen opportunity (sb)
waurn sky ( sb )
wausk precious metall (sb)
waust in = to lead up to
wawod insofar
wax shoe polish (sb)
way alas, unfortunately ( adv)
wayang wayang (sb)
waynandos water dropwort (sb)
wayner vine branch (sb)
wayt far, wide (adv)
wayzd weed
wayzdkugla tumbleweed
wazd waste, spoil ( vtr )
we or (disjunctive particle between clauses)
weben cold weapon (sb)
webtyohc news feed (web; sb)
wed water (sb)
wedernt water table (sb)
wedirn game (animal, sb)
wedkwekwl water wheel (sb)
wedligne waterline ( sb)
wedmark watermark ( sb )
wedmenegh ( sing ) = waterspouts ( splu )
wedor (sing) = waters (splu)
wedorcim divide line (sb)
wedor cycle water cycle (sb)
wedorfront seafront (sb)
wedren aquatic (adj)
wedri sterile (adj; neutered male)
wedsaat water clock
wedstress water stress
wedu female (adj & sb)
wegh way (sb)
weghiter vessel (sb)
weghtor driver (sb)
weh to blow (wind; vint); weh- X ad Y = to inspire Y with X
wehbh weave (vtr; incl. fig.)
wehbh fabric (sb)
wehd marry (a woman; sb)
wehden wedding (sb)
wehdmen purchase price of the bride
wehdmonium prenuptial agreement (sb)
wehgh transport (vtr) (in a vehicle); drive (vint)
wehghlicense driving licence (sb)
wehgv + acc. = take a vow of (vint)
wehkw + acc. = to talk to, to express oneself
wehkwos expression ( sb )
wehl + acc. of the person = to want/order someone to
wehlber make walk (someone) (vtr)
wehlp to hope, expect (vtr)
wehlusia paradise of fallen warriors (sb)
wehn desire, feel like doing (vtr)
wehnd wind ( vtr ); turning point (sb)
wehng deploy ( vtr )
wehnos envy, desire ( sb )
wehrden wording (sb)
wehrg work (sb & vint)
wehrgin chore (sb)
wehrg neren heroic deed (sb)
wehrmen coat (armour, sb)
wehrt turn ( vtr )
wehs be, find oneself (vint)
Weicmen inhabited Earth, ecumene
weictel abode, binnacle
weid pass (a text, an act; sb)
weida knowledge (sb)
weidos way, fashion (sb)
weidos-ye by way of
weidwos of course (adv); agreed (adj)
weigh fight (vtr)
weik village, town quarter (sb) , inhabit, dwell (vtr)
weikimeih to make inhabitable, to install services on (a terrain, vtr)
weikion mayor (sb)
weikspoti mayor (sb)
weikspotia chiefdom
weiksteren urban sprawl
weinch tow ( vtr )
weip swing (vtr), quake (vint)
weir war ( sb); weir os religion = war of religion
weirfert warfare (sb)
weirt to be (something) worth
weis hatch, open out (vint)
weitwodd witness (sb), to testify (+ acc.)
weitwoddia testimony (sb)
wekalat proxy ( sb) ( document )
weleng oriole blackbird (sb)
welutro bundle of clothes (sb)
wensti bladder ( sb)
wer spring (season, sb)
weragmen spine
werd word (sb)
werdel grain storehouse (sb)
werdskaut vocabulary (sb)
weren moult, slough (vint)
wergoldflor primula (sb)
wersi young animal (sb) (one spring old)
wert (clitic particle indicating hearsay language)
wertu river island (sb)
werumenos open-minded (adj. & sb)
werwn seatbelt, belt (to hold back) (sb)
weryon hoop-net (sb)
wesar spring cereal (sb)
wesneih bargain ( vtr )
west west (sb)
Westfalen Westphalia ( npr )
Westouper West Bank ( npr )
Wesu good (thing to protect, to share; sb)
wetel yearling, one-year old animal (sb)
weter weather (sb)
weterwehrt weather vane (sb)
wetos year (vx, sb)
weuder (earthenware) jar (sb)
weugv devote, dedicate, vow ( vtr )
weul tear off, pull off (vtr ) ( eg wool)
weulkw hang about (vint)
weulos fleece ( sb)
weulost fleecy, hairy (adj)
weundel wave, undulate (vint)
weur (weru ) = broad ( adj )
weurbande (Internet access) = broadband
weurng grouse (human, vint)
weursedd broadseat (kenning for Earth )
weus rise (vint) (celestial body)
weux to feed oneself (on = ep, ex : animals, plants)
wey we
whisky whisky (sb)
wi own (adj)
wicca wicca (np)
wich mountain maple (sb)
wideuv rob (vtr )
widu woodland (sb) & wooded area (sb)
wieber past tense of waber
wiedel past tense of wadel
wid past tense of weid
wiedh past tense of wiedh
wieg past tense of wag
wiekh past tense of wakh
wieldh past tense of wieldh
wien past tense of "wan"
wiender past tense of wander
wier past tense of war
wierdh past tense of "wierdh"
wiern past tense of warn
wieurg past tense of waurg
wieust past tense of waust
wiezd past tense of wazd
wigh fighter (adj. & n. ); past tense of weigh
wighplav fighter airplane (sb )
wijdan rapture (sb)
wik past tense of weik
wikpact sedentary (as opposed to "nomadic"; adj)
wild wild (adj)
Wilhelm William (npr)
Willem os Orange William of Orange (npr)
win friend (vx; sb; as a prefix, means "amicable")
winch winch (sb); past tense of weinch
wind wind (sb)
windcutt squall (sb)
windok leaf window (sb)
windrose wind rose
windschib windscreen (sb)
windschibtierg windscreen wiper (sb)
windstill windstill
windturbine wind turbine (sb)
Winnie Pou Winnie the Poo (npr)
winoye se con = to take up again with (someone)
winter winter (sb)
wintersport station ski resort (sb)
wintric wintry (adj)
wip past tense of weip
wir man ( sb) (male)
wirathat inheritance ( sb )
wirghehld weregild (sb)
wirt tails of a coin; value (sb); past tense of wirt
wirtic worthy (adj; = of the same value)
wirtpapier security (finance, sb)
wis past tense of weis
wisan cattle horn ( sb)
wisel weasel ( sb)
wisga rod ( sb )
wisk past tense of weisk ; mistletoe (sb)
Wisla Vistula (npr)
wista headband (sb)
wisteria glycine, wisteria (sb)
wiswi all (vx. , without any exception, masc. & indet. plural)
witek chaste tree (sb)
witer opposite (adj)
witerom opposite (adv/prep)
wobhel weevil (sb)
wodstu breeding (sb)
woenschice greenhouse (sb)
wogh car, wain, chariot (sb)
woghbleigen vehicle lighting
woghdwer carriage door (sb)
woghlo mob ( sb )
woghsaceina car pound (sb)
wogv vow ( sb )
wogwn wedge (sb & vtr)
wohbh past tense of wehbh
wohd past tense of wehd
wohgh past tense of wehgh
wohgv past tense of wehgv
wohkw past tense of wehkw
wohl past tense of wehl
wohlber past tense of wehlber
wohlp past tense of "wehlp"
wohn delight (sb); past tense of wehn
wohnd past tense of wehnd
wohng past tense of wehng
wohnic delicious ( adj)
wohrg past tense of wehrg
wohrt past tense of wehrt
wohs found oneself (past tense)
woibh canvas ( sb) (cloth)
woid to know (irregular, see Grammar)
woik household (sb)
woikia habitation, dwelling (sb)
woiknom sparing (adj)
wolf wolf (sb)
wolfander werewolf (sb)
wolfmuk snapdragon (sb )
wolfolak lycanthrope (sb)
wolfram tungsten (sb )
wonday temperate area
wong down ( sb)
wonk bent (adj)
wortok quail (sb )
wostia rivermouth ( sb); neck of bottle (sb)
Woten Odin, Woden (Germanic God; sb)
wowngschui aqua regia (sb )
wox wax (sb)
woxfigure wax sculpture
woxu spirited (adj)
wugv past tense of weugv
wul past tense of weul
wulka igniting brand (sb)
Wulkan Vulcan (npr)
wulkw past tense of weulkw
wuln (& wulna) = wool ( sb)
wultu look, air, appearance (sb)
wundel past tense of weundel
wurc wart ( sb )
wurng past tense of weurng
wus past tense of weus
wux past tense of weux
xehn kill ( vtr )
xeih hold, detain (vtr )
xeikhay mortal coil (sb)
xeimen field, domain (sb)
xeitel field, domain (sb)
xeitelnam domain name
xekwan blood vessel
xenti thorny bush (sb)
xep half-light (sb)
xeubh project, throw ( vtr )
xeud push ( vtr )
xeudil projectile, missile (sb)
xeur shave ( vtr )
xiau filial piety
xiaunki fragrance (sb )
xiawngja in times past (adv)
xieday laziness (sb)
xiengi visionary (adj & sb)
xigsi (sing ) = frolics ( splu )
xih past tense of xeih
xikji very rare (adj )
xingyi Lunar New Year ( sb)
xiongbu chest (anatomy, sb)
xisey regulations (sb)
xiter settler
xiti colony, settlement (sb)
xition head of colony
xitu establishment, settlement (sb) ( location , building)
xliche swerve (vint )
xohn past tense of « xehn »
xor short, shorn (ex grass, hair; adj)
xouba jolt ( sb)
X-rai X-ray (sb)
xubh past tense of « xeubh »
xud past tense of xeud
xur razor ( sb); past tense of xeur
xurmiech razor blade (sb)
xwenyung enhance ( vtr )
xyang to hold out one s neck
ya yes
yabis dandruff (sb)
yadi if only
yaegi coconut tree (sb)
yagh to fetch (food) (hunting, fishing, gathering)
yagher hunter-gatherer
yagorida green grape
yah to tell yes to, to approve
yahadi judaic, jewish
yahadut judaism (sb)
yahsa endorsement (sb)
yak to heal, form a scar (vtr)
yakht yacht ( sb)
yakhting yachting (sb)
yakin sure, certain (adj)
yakonien felon, lawbreaker ( sb)
Yallah ! My God!
yalos ardor ( sb)
yamurluk greatcoat (sb)
yando sometimes (adv)
Yangon Yangon, Rangoon (npr)
yani that is to say
yanki yankee
yant as soon as ( prep )
yantra press (sb) ( machine )
Yapheth Japheth (npr)
yar year ( sb)
yarinventar inventory
yarkan jaundice (sb)
yarlay last night (adv)
yarmerc annual fair (sb)
yarwg rill, footing trench
yasa (evil) witch (sb)
yaschi too, also (adv)
yasmin jasmine (sb)
yasp jasper (sb)
yastiyantra cross staff (sb)
yastreb goshawk (sb)
yat be zealous (vint )
yataghan yataghan (sb)
yatun zealous (adj)
yatunia zeal (sb)
yau cradle (vtr); yau- sien cap = to nod one s head gently
yaumdang lewd
yaung seedling ( sb )
yavasch sweet (adj) ( tobacco )
yavia channel ( sb ) (for irrigation )
yawm day & night (sb ) ( 24 hours )
yawmiye daily wage
yawryiss rocking chair
yayc to beg for (vint)
yaz overflow ( sb)
yazg revere ( vtr )
yazget venerable (adj)
yazgos awe (sb)
yazgidi yazidi
ye undetermined preposition; (as a hyphenated suffix) makes adverbs
ye cada cost at all costs
ye dohbro tid timely
ye mieno mayn in my opinion
yeamban savage ( adj ) ( uncivilized )
yed yet, however ( adv)
yegil ice cube (sb )
yehbh + acc. = have sex with (vtr)
yehs boil ( vtr )
yeis send ( vtr )
yeji according to
yeken sedge (sb )
Yekhoniah Jechonias (npr)
yeleck vest ( sb )
yelez common dace (sb)
yelk wicker (willow, sb)
yem twin (sb , adj)
yerub small grouse
yesmen strap (sb )
yeudmo man (as a combatant; sb)
yeusmen belt (sb)
yidisch yiddish
yiegh past tense of yagh
yiek past tense of yak
yiet past tense of yat
yiieu past tense of yau
yieyc past tense of yayc
yiezg past tense of yazg
yifuku clothing (sb)
yilgin tamarix (sb)
yinbow trick, arrangement
yinjier accordingly
yinkhung to behave shamelessly ( vint)
yinkwa causation (sb )
yinlik Chinese calendar (sb )
yipingia greatcoat (sb)
yis past tense of yeis
yo (yo(s)/ya/yod) = non-restrictive relative pronoun (literary use, see Gra
yod that (indicates the reason)
yoeng Chinese shadow puppet
yoengschi Chinese shadow puppetry
yogurt yogurt (sb)
yohbh past tense of yehbh
yohs past tense of yehs
yoin (bul)rush ( sb)
yoingkhwa cherry blossom
yoinkjiae musical scale (sb )
yoinscha tuning-fork (sb)
yoitkwe in such a way that
Yokaste Jocasta (sb)
Yonan Ionia (npr)
yonani ionian (adj & sb)
yonkrull thicket of reeds ( sb)
Yosua Joshua (sb)
youbel to be jubilant (vint); jubilation (sb)
yougye se con = to take up again with (something)
yow comfortable (when referring to a person, sb)
yowkjitia body ( sb) ( living being )
yowngki bravery ( sb)
yowrlan yachting (sb)
yowrleing ghost, revenant (sb)
yu you (nominative)
Yudi Jewish ( sb , adj )
yuessuek thimble ( sb )
yuessuekphel foxglove (sb) (plant)
yuft Russian leather, yuft (sb)
yug yoke (sb); past tense of yuneg
yugsment beast of burden (sb)
yugwit eternal life
yugwiv live forever (vint)
yui sad (adj)
yukha fish soup (sb)
yukji wet season
yukwi swimwear, swimsuit
yular lanyard ( sb)
yum leaven (sb)
yun young (adj)
yuneg join, connect (vtr )
yungh ship s boy (sb)
yunghy young sailor (sb)
yunkci inflexible will (sb)
yunker petty country gentleman
yunyun and so on
yupkwt hard-boiled (fig.)
yurgan eiderdown (sb)
yurlin rainforest
yutien rainy weather
yuwen young man, youth (sb)
yuwenc young person ( sb)
yuwent youth (age, sb)
za in the back of (prep)
zabaan flying spark (sb)
zabakh to cut one s throat
zaboun helpless ( adj )
zabt accuracy ( sb)
zadah illegitimate ( adj)
zafaran saffron ( sb)
zagar bloodhound (sb)
zaghyah close ( vint )
zaghyan close ( vtr )
zahid reclusive ( adj), recluse (sb)
zahil forgetful (adj )
zahr die, dice ( sb)
zaker dick, cock (! sb) ( penis)
zakhmat discomfort, malaise (sb)
zakir pious (adj)
zakoum oleander
Zakynthos Zakynthos ( npr )
zalal fault, defect (sb)
zalalat meanness (sf ) ( fig )
zalim ruthless ( adj )
zaliss amuse, entertain (vtr )
zam broth (sm )
zaman time, epoch (sb)
zamihr personal pronoun
zamindar landowner (sb)
zamt velvet (sb)
zamtic smooth (adj)
zanbiu praise (sf )
zanchey temporary ( adj )
zanchou decapitate (vtr )
zangir chain (sb)
zani adulterous
zanji negro ( sb ; ! )
zann battlement, indentation ( sb)
zantan + acc. = sing the praises of
zara buttermilk (sm )
Zarathuschtra Zoroaster ( npr )
zarbatana blowgun ( sf )
zargan garfish (sb)
zariya means (sb)
zark cattle-pen ( sb)
zarkar goldsmith (sm )
zaruri + dative = it is up to
zawk flavor (sb)
zaworts backwards (stepping; adv)
zayf indisposed, unwell (adj)
zazzer mop of hair
Zebedee Zebedee (npr)
zebulun Zebulun (npr)
Zeila Zeila
zeirp chirp (vint)
Zekharyah Zechariah (npr)
zekhtin olive oil
zembile catjang (sb)
zenith zenith (sb)
zephyr zephyr ( sb)
zero zero (num)
zevzeck silly (adj)
zeys ryegrass (sf )
zeytoun olive tree
zeytuni olive green
zgarda necklace for animals
zibel garbage ( sb )
zibelkreihna civic amenity site
zibelkreihsa waste sorting
zibelpuwner dustman (sb)
ziel aim (vtr & sb)
zielt neicen targeted killing
zigzagh zigzag (sb)
zikkurat ziggurat (sb)
Zilla Zillah (npr)
zina adultery ( sb)
zinat attire ( sb)
zindan penal colony (sb)
zingimber ginger (sf )
zinhaar ! Beware! Caution !
Zion Zion (npr) (Jerusalem)
zionim Zionist
zionut zionism
zip zip(per) (sb)
zirah chainmail (sb)
zirek sagacious, wise (adj)
zitvar artemisia cina (sb)
ziyan fierce, unremitting ( adj ) ( person , animal)
znayc to beacon (vtr); sign (sb)
znieyc past tense of znayc
zoo zoo
zodiac zodiac
zograf house painter (sb)
zone area, zone (sb)
zonenplan zoning (sb)
zoo zoo (sb)
zoum zoom
zowngschie anyway (adv)
zrehl ripe (adj); to ripen
zrohl past tense of zrehl
zubb (sing) = drumsticks (splu)
zulf ringlet (sb)
zulm wrong (sb)
zulu zulu
zumbule hyacinth ( sb )
zumbulenard spikenard (sb)
Zurich Zurich
zvilikh ticking (sb)
zwaugean sitting meditation (sf )
zwaujece setback (sb) ( defeat )
zwayako suppository ( sf )

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